Notice of Availability. The Pennsylvania National Guard Associations (PNGAS) and the Pennsylvania National Guard Foundation (PNGF) announce that pre-orders for the limited edition, fine-art prints of “Saluting Washington” by Larry Selman, are now being accepted. All prints are signed and numbered by the artist and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
Prints are published by American Arts and Antiques. Prints will delivered in March or April 2015. Preorders (before March 1) receive a 10% discount. All proceeds from the prints benefit the PNGF’s G2G program to help PNG Soldiers and Airmen in need.
Renowned military artist, Larry Selman, painted “Saluting Washington” to depict the Philadelphia Associator Commands’ salute to the newly appointed commander of the Continental Army, which took place on June 21, 1775, on Philadelphia’s City Green. The painting drew on meticulous research, including contemporary accounts of the event. Washington’s Review of the Pennsylvania troops marked a significant milestone in Pennsylvania’s military heritage. “Saluting Washington” was unveiled as an almost complete work-in-progress on December 6, 2014, at ceremonies marking the 267th birthday of the Pennsylvania National Guard.
Click here for more information and to get your order form. Quantities are limited. Order now and save and help Pennsylvania National Guard members in need. Orders should be submitted to PNGAS at Biddle Hall.
131st Transportation Company Memorial at FTIG. The Pennsylvania National Guard Foundation is collecting donations to support construction of a Memorial in honor and memory of three 131 TC Soldiers who died in Afghanistan. The Memorial is proposed for construction at Fort Indiantown Gap. Click here for a copy of the donation form. More. . .
Wall of Honor and Remembrance at KCC
FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, Pa. -- Officials from the Pennsylvania National Guard, Pennsylvania National Guard Foundation (PNGF), and Pennsylvania National Guard Associations (PNGAS) dedicated the Wall of Honor and Remembrance at the installation's Keystone Conference Center October 26, 2012. The memorial wall contains a brick with the name of each Pennsylvania National Guard member killed in action in Iraq and Afghanistan. The wall was made possible by the Pennsylvania National Guard Foundation with help from a generous donation from the Pennsylvania National Guard Associations. (Pennsylvania National Guard photo by Tom Cherry).
The Pennsylvania National Guard Foundation is once again offering members and friends of the Pennsylvania National Guard the opportunity to place personalized bricks at the Keystone Conference Center. Individuals who make a tax-deductible donation of $100 or more may order a brick to be placed on walls near the entrance to the KCC. Click here for more information.
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