Adopt a soldier for Thanksgiving dinner - Tucson News Now

Adopt a soldier for Thanksgiving dinner

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The 111th Military Intelligence Brigade, out of Ft. Huachuca is holding its annual Adopt-A-Soldier program for Thanksgiving. 

This program is a chance for community members to "adopt" a soldier, who is not able to get home for the holiday. 

Those interested in participating in the program will now have an easier time signing up, according to a recent release from Ft. Huachuca officials.

It's as easy as following these step-by-step instructions:

1.     Go to www.eventbrite.com and type in "111th MI BDE Adopt a Soldier" in the search for events or categories box.  Then click the blue SEARCH button.
2.     Click on the event when it appears on your screen.
3.     At the event portal, click the green REGISTER button.
4.     Click on the green CHECKOUT button.
5.     Enter the registration information and once completed click on the green COMPLETE REGISTRATION button.
6.     Click on the blue GO TO MY TICKETS button.
7.     Click on your ticket
8.     Click on the blue PRINT TICKETS button and OPEN button at the bottom of the screen.
9.     Printout your Adopt a Soldier ticket and bring it with you the Meet and Greet.  You must present your ticket to be matched up with Soldiers.

Don't wait, registration for this program ends on Nov. 18 

Those who "adopt" a soldier must attend a mandatory Meet and Greet at 5:30 p.m., on Tuesday, Nov. 22 at Eifler Gym.

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