The Highground extends its gratitude to Chilson Motors, NextGen Powersports, the winners and everyone who took their chances and purchased raffle tickets in patriotic support of the organization’s Veterans Programs. Not only did Andy Robb drive away with a brand new 2021 Polaris sportsman 450 H.O., Ken Seehafer won the second prize of $1000 and Doug Lee took home the third prize of $500.
The 3rd Annual Honor Our Veterans ATV raffle raised $14,000, ensuring that our Veterans receive the ongoing support and resources they need to help them find peace, dissipate burdens and soften memories from the profound effects of war. This is done through established Veteran Programs that The Highground offers at no cost to Veterans and their families. With the overwhelming need for post-traumatic stress services, the PTS/PTSD Book Program along with the Men and Women’s Veteran Retreats and Veteran Archery Hunts at Camp Victory, offer a safe place and resources for the Veteran’s personal reflection. With 15 tributes honoring Veterans from WWII to the Gulf War, The Highground is a place of solitude for reflection on individual service and remembrance of those lost. Part of the organization’s mission is to honor those still with us and educate the next generation on the sacrifices made in the name of freedom. Each day, The Highground hears stories of the invaluable difference these programs make on the lives that are at risk for destruction caused by the unseen wounds of war.