In addition to her performance, Stange will be setting up a table to offer car show attendees the opportunity to fill out blank thank you cards to express gratitude for our military to be included in care packages assembled by Operation Gratitude, a nonprofit organization that sends more than 150,000 care packages annually to veterans, first responders, wounded warriors, caregivers and to individually named U.S. service members deployed overseas.
The South Shore Regional Car Show, hosted from 3:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Fair Oaks Farms in Newton County, Indiana, is expected to attract hundreds of classic and antique cars for a one-day car show. In addition to the vehicles and performance by the National Anthem Girl, attendees can enjoy a DJ and music, an appearance by the Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders and the Colts In Motion traveling museum, a 1969 Nostalgia Top Fuel Dragster, a beer garden, discounted Fair Oaks Farms attractions and a fireworks show.
To learn more about Janine Stange and her journey to perform "The Star-Spangled Banner" in all 50 states, visit www.nationalanthemgirl.org. To make a tax-deductible contribution please click the donate tab on the homepage. Support Janine Stange's journey as the National Anthem Girl on social media by following @TheAnthemGirl on Twitter or "liking" the official page on Facebook: www.facebook.com/NationalAnthemGirl. To watch a video of Stange performing "The Star-Spangled Banner," visit http://bit.ly/1ouOj27.
For more information on the South Shore Regional Car Show, visit www.southshorecva.com/airshow/car-show.
Janine Stange Official NAGO: Janine Stange, commonly known as National Anthem Girl, has made it her mission to perform the national anthem in all 50 states by September 14, 2014 - the song's 200th anniversary.