Camden on the Lake Resort is teaming up with Missouri Eagle, Budweiser and Osage National Golf Resort to bring awareness and support to US Military veterans and their families. The event kicks off June 15 with a golf tournament at Osage National Golf Resort and continues into the evening with a free concert at the Horny Toad Entertainment Complex.

Camden on the Lake Resort is teaming up with Missouri Eagle, Budweiser and Osage National Golf Resort to bring awareness and support to US Military veterans and their families. The event kicks off June 15 with a golf tournament at Osage National Golf Resort and continues into the evening with a free concert at the Horny Toad Entertainment Complex.

It continues the next night, June 16, with another free concert. Proceeds from the golf tournament as well as one dollar from every Budweiser product sold over the weekend will benefit the Folds of Honor Foundation, which provides educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service members. Over $5,000 was donated at last year’s event with a goal of $10,000 this year.

“The noble Folds of Honor cause is close to my heart,” said Bryan Drew, General Manager of Camden on the Lake Resort. “Many of our staff members are veterans, and many more have family members who have served. We at Camden on the Lake want to honor their sacrifice and continue to educate their legacy, so Folds of Honor is a perfect fit.”

Concertgoers can enjoy a free show each night with the ever-popular country duo Walker McGuire, opened by Hudson Drive, and toast a Budweiser product in support of the cause! The show starts each night at 8 p.m., June 15 and 16, at the world-famous Horny Toad Entertainment Complex, but guests are encouraged to come out earlier to enjoy a live DJ by the pool as well as fun and games leading up to the event each day.

Since 2007, Folds of Honor has awarded more than 16,000 educational scholarships to family members of service members who were killed or disabled while on active duty, including scholarships in all 50 states, as well as Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. Scholarships are used to subsidize the costs of tuition, textbooks, fees, on-campus room and board, special tools and equipment necessary for coursework, school-approved tutoring, and other approved educational expenses.

The Military Casualty Information database indicates more than 58,000 total fallen and combat-wounded Service Members across the three primary military operations since September 11, 2001. And 1.5 million Americans are dependents of those who’ve served in Iraq or Afghanistan.

“This is the second year that Budweiser and Camden on the Lake Resort, Spa & Yacht Club have been reliable partners to Folds of Honor, and we appreciate all of the work they and their sponsors do to help us achieve our mission,” said Rocky Sickmann, Folds of Honor Senior Vice President Budweiser Accounts. “These events go a long way toward providing educational assistance to spouses and children of troops who have fallen or been disabled, and to letting our troops serving overseas know how much they are appreciated.”