Most browsers will allow you to fill in the registration form but if not, you will have to save it to your computer and open it offline.
On the first line, where it asks for organization name; please select the organization that you are associated with (MVMAA or President’s Club).
On the second line, please think up a good name for your foursome and provide it here.
Fill in the rest of the information for your team and print the form out, Then mail it to : Bob Chiles Golf Classic 2018 Miami Valley Military Affairs Assn. 233 Canterbury Dr. Kettering, Ohio 45429
Please include a check made out to Miami Valley Military Affairs Association with the registration form.
If you prefer, you may pay for only the golf portion (in increments of $100) with a credit card by accessing THIS LINK:
You may e-mail your completed registration as an attachment to Holly Beard at Holly@parrotsportsgear.com .
you will have to pay for extra items such as value bags at the door on May11th.
Individuals in your foursome may come to this site and pay for their individual golf by credit card
it is most helpful if they pay with a credit card that has the same name as the listed player on it.
BE SURE TO PRINT A COPY OF YOUR TRANSACTION AS PROOF OF PAYMENT AND BRING IT WITH YOU TO CHECK IN
The Miami Valley Military Affairs Association (MVMAA) was formed in 1980 through the combined efforts of several local Chambers of Commerce. Recognizing the tremendous economic impact Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Springfield Air National Guard Base, and other area military units have on the Greater Dayton/Miami Valley area, local community leaders wanted to provide a support organization that would foster military-community understanding and cooperation.
With membership in excess of 530, the MVMAA is one of the nation's largest community military affairs organizations. A Board of Trustees governs the Association with representatives currently from 15 local Chambers of Commerce, seven members-at-large, and past presidents. Commanders of the active-duty, Reserve and Guard units stationed on the two major military installations serve as Department of Defense (DOD) liaisons to the Board of Trustees. The participating Chambers come from a five-county area. Chamber membership is not required to join the MVMAA. The only requirements for membership are an interest in military support issues and a desire to become involved in regional cooperation.
The MVMAA has long supported the Fisher/Nightingale Houses, which provide lodging in a homelike atmosphere for the families of the seriously ill patients at the Wright-Patterson AFB Medical Center. Since 1990, the Association has donated over $70,000 to the houses.
Other special projects accomplished include:
The MVMAA also completed a significant five-year project, dedicating "Valor Park" alongside the walkway leading to the front entrance of the National Museum of the United States Air Force. The memorial recognizes the 58 U.S. Air Force recipients of the Medal of Honor, our nation's highest military award for bravery. The MVMAA raised funds to construct the memorial through private donations, with the Association absorbing all administrative expenses. All six living recipients attended the dedication ceremony on May 11, 2002, in conjunction with the Association's annual dinner
Dedicating a monument in honor of our POW/MIAs at Arnold House and placing a wreath there each year on POW/MIA Day
Co-sponsoring with Wright-Patterson AFB a reception to honor Freedom Flight America pilots and crew members during their cross-country flight of vintage aircraft commemorating the 50th anniversary of the end of World War II
Donating $2,500 to the National Museum of the United States Air Force expansion project; $2,000 toward restoration of Arnold House (Wright Patterson AFB's heritage center); and $1,000 toward construction of a hangar on Huffman Prairie Flying Field, where the Wright Brothers' first flying school was located
Contributing money to Dayton's Vietnam Memorial Park and the Fairborn Veterans Memorial.