Steel Bones Celebration Day on 24 Oct
Emma Joy-Staines, Founder, UK
20 September 2016
PRESS RELEASE as of 5th October 2016
The British American Committee will host Steel Bones Celebration Day on 24 Oct.
2016, on RAF Mildenhall to celebrate the Steel Bones charity and its accomplishments in the amputee communities across the U.K. The event will take place between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., featuring prosthetic experts and inspirational speakers to support amputees and their families.
Steel Bones is a charity working to bring together amputees, determined to give the latest news
on stump health, useful services, therapists, personal trainers and flexible careers opportunities.
Their emphasis is to bring together the entire family, rather than just the amputees, to focus on all aspects of family life and how each amputee family can connect, motivate and inspire each other. The organization also reaches to increase and improve services for amputees across the country.
The Celebration Day will include a barbeque, health and wellness coaches and games for the whole family.
Amputees wishing to attend should contact Leigh Joy-Staines, Steel Bones co-founder, at 07486 370514, firstname.lastname@example.org, via Facebook or at www.steelbone.co.uk.
Media representatives interested in covering this event must contact the 100th Air Refueling Wing Public Affairs office at 01638 542654 or via email email@example.com by Oct. 17, 2016, with the full name and date of birth of individuals covering the event. ————————————————————
ALEXIS D. BURDON, Capt., USAF Chief, Public Affairs
100th Air Refueling Wing