JOIN US IN NAPA VALLEY

Date: June 10, 2017

Time: 5:30-10:00 PM

$200 per ticket - Wine & Dinner from Two Birds One Stone

The Red Circle Foundation is hosting the 5th Bravery Gala at Freemark Abbey. This is located at:
Freemark Abbey
3022 St. Helena Highway N
St. Helena, CA 94574

This special event is about celebrating the military Special Operations families we have helped and raising money to ensure we can continue our work; providing a better future today, not tomorrow.

Dress code:
Wine country casual dress code for gentlemen: slacks or nice jeans, collared shirt, and possibly a sports coat. Venue dress code for ladies: similar to gentlemen's attire is appropriate including dresses and skirts.
 


GUEST SPEAKER: MIKE RITLAND



Mike Ritland was born in Waterloo, IA and served 12 years as a US Navy SEAL. He saw action in Operation IRAQI Freedom and multiple special operations missions. Mike served as the Naval Special Warfare Multi Purpose Canine (MPC) Trainer from 2011 to 2012. After his service, Mike founded Trikos International, which specializes in providing private protection K9s to government agencies and high-net-worth individuals. Trikos International has grown to a global brand and has gained acclaim for its unique training approach and proven success.

Ritland has trained hundreds of working dogs for combat and specializes in private protection dog training, military dog training and police dog training. He has over 18 years experience in importing, breeding, raising and training multiple breeds of working dogs.

Mike is the author of three New York Times Best Selling books: Trident K9 Warriors,Navy SEAL Dogs and Team Dog.

MASTER OF CEREMONY: BRENT FARRIS



For over 25 years, Brent Farris has been the number 1 radio personality in Sonoma County.  With a fun mix of music, commentary, and interesting interviews he holds court every morning from 5:30 to 9:00 am at KZST 100.1 FM, Sonoma County's top rated radio station.

  In addition to his morning show, he is also the Vice President of Programing for radio stations KJZY (smooth jazz) The WOLF (oldies) The BULL (country) and KZST (adult contemporary).