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2015 Wine Country Marine Corps Birthday Ball
Oct 31, 2015 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Sonoma, CA – The Wine Country Marines’ Annual “Wine Country Marine Corps Birthday Ball” is set for Saturday, October 31, 2015 at the Jacuzzi Family Vineyards in Sonoma, CA. This will also be the 30th Anniversary of the Wine Country Marine Corps Birthday Ball.
The ball has been a major contributor to the Semper Fi Fund, with proceeds from the evening being donated to the Semper Fi Fund since 2007, providing more than a hundred thousand dollars of much needed support to our Veterans and their families.
The event includes traditional Marine Corps Birthday Ceremonies and dancing to a live band. General James N. Mattis, USMC (Ret.), will be the Guest of Honor.
About the Wine Country Marine Corps Birthday Ball
The General Cocktail Reception starts at 6:30 p.m. followed by the Ceremony at 7:00 p.m. A traditional Prime Rib Dinner will be served during the Dance immediately following the Ceremony.
The 2015 Birthday Ball will be held at the Jacuzzi Family Vineyards located at 24724 Arnold Drive in Sonoma, California. Visit the website at http://www.jacuzziwines.com/
Tickets to this popular event are limited and reservations are required. The price per person is $150.00 or $300.00 per couple. Tickets will go on sale September 8th and are expected to sale out quickly. Order your tickets early by calling: (408.210.7870) or email carolina@winecountrymarines.
WHO CAN ATTEND
The “Wine Country Marine Corps Birthday Ball” is celebrated annually on or about November 10th in Sonoma, California by Marines, friends of the Corps and members of the other U.S. Armed Forces (Active Duty, Reserve, Retired, or Honorably Discharged). The Birthday Ball is open to both Officer and Enlisted men and women along with their guests.
Required attire for men is black tie or “best” military uniform. A coat and tie is required. The wearing of miniature medals is encouraged. The formal evening (mess) dress uniform for both Commissioned Officers and SNCOs is a popular choice. The uniform of the Marine Corps League (the scarlet blazer or evening dress jacket with gold cummerbund) is also appropriate. Ladies’ attire should meet similar standards.