We are honored to take part in the NASNI Centennial Celebration (Naval Air Station North Island, Coronado CA) on Saturday November 11th 2017 – Veterans Day. Take Me Home Huey will be on display next to Naval aircrafts. Artist Steve Maloney and Paula Barron of Light Horse Legacy will be on location. Our own Jeanie Cunningham will be the MC on the main stage for the entire festivities: FREE Concert by American Country Superstar, Easton Corbin with performances by Honey County and Coffey Anderson. The NASNI Centennial Celebration is open to DoD ID cardholders and honorably discharged Veterans.
Wings & Rotors Air Museum celebrated their First Annual Fundraising Event, Salute to Vietnam on Saturday October 21, 2017. Thank you Wings & Rotors Air Museum for hosting Take Me Home Huey!
The City of Palm Desert will host a public exhibition of the Take Me Home Huey project at Freedom Park with an educational day for schools, community day including informational booths from Veterans organizations, hands-on activities by the Palm Springs Art Museum and much more! The helicopter sculpture will be available for viewing all days of the exhibition, with Take Me Home Huey crew on site from 9:00am–5:00pm. The highlight will be an official ceremony on Saturday December 2nd, with an introduction by the Mayor of Palm Desert, the project creator Steve Maloney and partner organization Light Horse Legacy, as well as a performance of the Take Me Home Huey Song by Jeanie Cunningham. Venue address: Freedom Park, 77400 Country Club Dr, Palm Desert, CA 92211 Phone: 760-837-1664.
Saturday, December 2
- 1:00pm: Opening Ceremony with a Color Guard, National Anthem, welcome by Mayor Jan Harnik, introductions of Light Horse Legacy and Steve Maloney, and life performance of the Take Me Home Huey song by Jeanie Cunningham.
- 1:00–4:30pm: Community Event with veterans’ service providers, food, hands on art, kid’s area, and more
- 5:00pm: Outdoor film screening of the Take Me Home Huey documentary.
Sunday, December 3
- 8:00–11:00am: Coffee in the Park
The City of St. Paul will host a public exhibition of Take Me Home Huey helicopter on Friday, August 4 thru Sunday, August 6 on the Upper Mall of the State Capital Building 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, St. Paul, MN. The Take Me Home Huey Crew is especially proud to dedicate and honor this special tour stop to Medic Specialist 4 Stephen L. Schumacher from Minneapolis, who died bravely while attempting a rescue mission in Vietnam on February 14, 1969.
Take Me Home Huey will be on exhibit for the Annual Fly-In on Saturday June 10, 2017. Aircraft Commander Walter McNees will be at the exhibit to welcome visitors and was instrumental in organizing our participation at the event.