2018 CCoC State Convention Recap

13-14 April

Heritage Eagle Bend Clubhouse, Aurora, CO


Convention Location: Heritage Eagle Bend (HEB) Clubhouse, 23155 East Heritage Parkway, Aurora, CO 80016.  

Host Chapter: Mile High Chapter (MHC)
·         MHC President (POC) Dean Casey, 303-942-0632
·         CCoC President/Chapter Representative:  James Sherman, 303-443-0797

FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2018

An informal dinner for CCoC current and past officers, staff and friends at 1730 at the Heritage Eagle Bend (HEB) Clubhouse. 


CCoC Board Meeting (0930-1100) was held in the Windom Room in the Heritage Eagle Bend Clubhouse.

CCoC State Convention and Mile High Chapter Luncheon (1130-1330) was held in the Antero Room at the HEB Clubhouse.  The Speaker was be U. S. Representative Mike Coffman from Colorado’s 6th Congressional District.   

Convention Break (1330-1400) During this break and throughout the afternoon tables with information available on: USAA Insurance and USAA Special Programs, VA Benefits for Survivors, A Summary of VA Benefits, TRICARE, membership in the five Chapters of MOAA in Colorado, the Vet Propulsion Program, Project Sanctuary, and other veterans organizations in the Denver metro area.

Special Programs (1400-1530) 

            Program A – Informational Program on USAA Programs and Services (USAA Representative) in the Windom Room (size 32-40 persons)

            Program B – The Application Process and Veterans Benefits.  (Dean Casey, Veterans Service                   Officer) in the Craft Room

Convention Break (1530-1545)

Special Programs (1545-1700)

            Program C – Update on the Veterans Hospital and Veterans Services (Steven Best, Executive       Director, Continental District, Department of Veterans Affairs) in the Craft Room (size 50-60 persons)

            Program D – The United Veterans Council and Colorado Legislative Activities (Shelly Kalkowski and Dennis Orr) in the Windom Room.

CCoC State Convention Annual Dinner  (1800-2000) in the Humboldt Room at the Heritage Eagle Bend Clubhouse.

The Speaker was be Adrian Miller, a Denver chef and writer, author of “Soul Food: The Surprising Story of American Cuisine, One Plate at a Time.”  He also describes himself as a “recovering lawyer” and has served as a Special Assistant to former President William Clinton and as a Policy Analyst for former Governor Bill Ritter. He will have copies of his book available for sale during this Convention.  Adrian Miller was awarded the James Beard Foundation [culinary] Award in 2013 and has spoken on cooking for the Presidents in the White House and on the importance of military cooks in the White House.

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