Winding River Plantation Honors Veteran

A special congratulation to Retired Army Col. Troy “Gil” Gilleland, one of our own Winding River Plantation residents is the recipient of the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, one of the most prestigious civilian awards for extraordinary service to the state.

Joseph W. Koletar, president of the Winding River Veterans Association, presented the award to Col. Gilleland at their annual gala, which is held each year to support various military-related charities.

Col. Gilleland enjoyed a distinguished career as a member of the famed 82nd Airborne Division. After he retired retirement, he was a civilian senior executive for the Department of the Army, managing a $24 billion program to prepare Army soldiers for combat deployments. He has also been active in founding and supporting military charities to assist returning combat veterans.

Winding River Plantation Low Country Boil

Date:  July 23, 2016
Time:  5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Location:  POC Pavilion
Cost:  
$28/per person
Seating is limited to the first 100 paid. Payment by cash or check (made out to WRVA) may be given to Joe Koletar at 1796 Candle Ridge Ln, or Skip Brosh at 1574 Brushwood Ct.

Come join your Winding River Plantation neighbors for the WRVA’s 3rd annual Low Country Boil.  The menu includes:

. Snow crab clusters, clams, mussels and shrimp.
. Grilled chicken, smoked sausage, bbq pulled pork, and tossed green salad.
. New potatoes, corn on the cob, corn bread and mac and cheese.
. Sweet and unsweetened iced tea, draught beer (also complimentary), and dessert.