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CBS — A Gold Star family in Northern Colorado continued a tradition of helping others through a fundraiser in honor of their fallen soldier. In honor of Army Sgt.
Christopher Birdwell who was killed in Afghanistan inthe Birdwell family hosts the Christopher Birdwell Memorial Fundraiser each year in the Windsor area. All for a great cause. The money is then donated to Hero Expeditions, an organization which provides outdoor experiences for wounded and other veterans.
They bring wounded veterans together. Friends, family, and strangers from around the state came together to make the event possible.
He would be right in the thick of it all. Birdwell Family The fundraiser took place at Island Lake Marine and Sports, a venue which provided ability for attendees to play in the water, ride in boats, play volleyball and eat.
Fort Carson The Birdwell Family said Chris loved sports, fun in the water and group events surrounded by food and friends. Birdwell Family The money from the event will directly fund a goose hunt in Northern Colorado, hosted by Hero Expeditions.
The hunt will take place in late January If you know a veteran who may qualify for the all-expenses-paid hunting trip, visit HeroExpeditions. He believes everyone has a story, and would love to share yours!
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