Beer and Bourbon Festival benefits the National Ranger Association

(Source: Matt Clegg/WTVM)
(Source: Matt Clegg/WTVM)

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) – The Beer and Bourbon Festival benefiting the National Ranger Association was held Thursday evening at Chattahoochee Harley Davidson on Williams Road.

Music and food entertained those who attended. The event celebrates the infantry culture and American patriotism and raises money for the Best Ranger Competition which kicks off this weekend on Fort Benning.

Formed in 1998, The National Ranger Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit

The Association was established to recognize distinguished members of the Ranger community and to promote the values established in the Ranger Creed.

"It's all about community in Columbus and Fort Benning and pulling everyone together and continuing the legacy of what the Rangers stand for," said Alyssa Sudermann National Ranger Association

It celebrates the community surrounding Fort Benning, Veteran-owned businesses, and the National Ranger Association.

This was the second year for the event.

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