WH SSG Adam Keys, Annapolis, 1 July

                                                               WELCOME HOME
                                                                   ADAM KEYS
                                                                 STAFF SGT USA
                                                          WEDNESDAY 1 JULY 2015
     The Patriot Guard Riders have been asked to escort and to stand a flag line to honor Staff Sgt Adam Keys USA, in a Welcome Home Ceremony. He will be taking possssion of his new home, donated at no cost, by the "Tunnel to Towers Foundation".
On July 14th, 2010, while serving a 12-month deployment in Afghanistan, Sgt Keys encountered a roadside bomb. As a result of the explosion, Adam suffered a brain injury, broken bones and an infection in his blood stream that resulted in the loss of both his legs and left arm. Since the explosion, Adam has undergone well over 100 surgeries on his path to recovery.
Adam is from Whitehall, Pennsylvania and graduated from Whitehall High School in 2002. He was on the soccer team, swim team and football team.
He is a fan of the New York Jets, the Philadelphia Flyers, plays guitar, and enjoys going to concerts and listening to Tom Petty.
When asked about how a smart home will impact his life Adam replied, "Getting this home will allow my family and my future family to worry less about me and allow me to be the man I am".
Staging: Wednesday 1 July 2015, 10:00hrs
                Annapolis Bowling Alley
                2057 Generals Hwy
                Annapolis, Md. 21401
There will be a briefing at 10:25hrs with KSU at 10:45hrs  ( time approx) to Escort Sgt Keys to his new home. We will establish our flag line to honor Sgt Keys and his family at his new home.
Iron Horses preferred, cars welcomed as always
Mounted Larger flags preferred for escort to new home.
Larger hand-held flags are need for flag line.
Dress accordingly- Please check weather @ http://tinyurl.com/Annapolis-weather
Ride Captain: Bill Johnston @ 410-507-9176 (cell)

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