Past CFMF Events
May 19, 2007 - FREEDOM MEMORIAL RIDE 2007
On Armed Forces Day we invited you to ride in their honor. Imagine 6000 riders departing locations across the Front Range all bound for the site of the Colorado Freedom Memorial. What a great way to say... WE HAVEN'T FORGOTTEN!!!
Holiday Season 2006
Thanks Riggs, Abney, Neal, Turpen, Orbison and Lewis staff and family for the Christmas Wreathes!
May 27-30, 2005 - Memorial Day Ride
The Colorado Freedom Memorial Foundation and Studio 1430 presented "The Memorial Day Ride", a Memorial Day Weekend fundraiser for the construction of the Colorado Freedom Memorial. Hand-cycle athletes and able-bodied bicycle riders joined together to ride from the Memorial Day Parade in Denver, through the cities of the metro area May 28th through May 30th. The ride was led by Artie Guerrero, a paralyzed Vietnam veteran, who is a board member of the Colorado Freedom Memorial Foundation and advocate for veteran's rights. Studio 1430 and Jeep joined the Ride as sponsors along with Wells Fargo and the United Spinal Association.
November 11, 2005 - Colorado Freedom Memorial Site Dedication
The Colorado Freedom Memorial Foundation held a formal dedication of the future site of Colorado's mounument to those killed in military action. This free event was open to the public and featured a Native American blessing of the site, fly-over, music and unveiling of a sign marking the future site of the Memorial.
May 21, 2006 - Concert For Colorado's Fallen Veterans
This benefit concert for the Colorado Freedom Memorial Foundation featured live music by the Sound Of The Rockies Chorus, Nacho Men, Hot Tomatoes Dance Orchestra, Michael Collins Pipe Band, Opie Gone Bad and others.
Many military and political dignitaries were on hand as special recognition was paid to the families of those killed in Operation Iraqi Enduring Freedom. There was also be a chance to bid on sports and military memorabilia.
May 27-29, 2006 - Field of Honor
A temporary memorial was set up at the Colorado Freedom Memorial site throughout the Memorial Day weekend. Colorado residents who have a loved one or friend killed, or missing, in action, or a comrade they served with who died in action, were invited to come to the makeshift wall on Memorial Day weekend and tell us about that person.
Over 1000 people came to the site over the four-days we were there. Families came and parents explained the sacrifice of the men and women on the Memorial to their children; veterans came, alone, and sat quietly reflecting on their personal experience; many cried, others never uttered a sound, but it was important to every single person that came.