The Norton AFB Museum & 63rd / 445th Norton Veterans Group Brick Raffle

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The Norton Air Force Base Museum and Veterans Memorial Monument features attractive and tasteful permanently inscribed bricks that commemorate people and units as varied as the people who purchase them. This is the one place where who or what you choose to honor and dignify will bear a lasting impression and remain a physical remembrance for many years to come.

Sample brick shown.

Subjects have included living or past people, military and civilian, as well as units that reflected the base’s diverse missions. Norton AFB grew from its founding in 1942 to be the biggest employer in the City and County of San Bernardino until its closure in 1994.

We’re sponsoring a unique raffle of 10 memorial bricks that offer a chance, or multiple chances, to have a memorial brick of your own choosing. This is one of those times when you can realize substantial savings. Bricks normally require a donation of $100. A donation for a raffle ticket of, $5 for one (1), or three (3) tickets for $10, or eight (8) tickets for $20 will offer you a chance to win a brick. Bricks feature three 20-character lines with your choice of text. Pictured are the memorial area, the inlaid bricks, and samples of the bricks themselves.

Take this opportunity to have some fun as well as to honor those remarkable relatives or friends and individuals and units who, through their achievements, made enduring contributions to military and to Norton Air Force Base. The winning 10 tickets will be drawn at the Norton AFB Museum’s 3rd Anniversary Event in March 2016. To contribute your donation for a raffle ticket, please stop by the Museum any Thursday or Saturday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. or contact the Norton AFB Museum.

 All donations go to the NAFBM, a private 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation, unaffiliated with the Department of Defense, the U.S. Air Force, or any government agency.

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