The Victory Belles Perform at Hilton Anatole for Families of WWII Veterans

The Victory Belles wow the crowd at the Hilton Anatole
The Families of WWII Veterans event "Casino Royale" featured three performances by the Victory Belles - and Dallas Light and Sound was there providing audio, video projection, lighting and stage design. The Victory Belles wowed the audience with numerous costume changes, humor, heartfelt messages and great voices!

A photo album from "Casino Royale" with several shots of the Victory Belles performing and rehearsing is now available for viewing on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dallaslightandsound.

The gaming and entertainment filled night benefitted The Families of WWII Veterans, a worldwide, non-profit organization, dedicated to ensuring that the historical lessons of World War II are not forgotten. Their online global community enables visitors to share experiences of this conflict and provides younger generations with numerous resources to help expand their knowledge of the powerful sacrifices made by World War II veterans around the world. Several WWII Veterans were in attendance.

Patrons at "Casino Royale" enjoying gaming at this 
benefit for Families of WWII Veterans
Admiral Patrick M. Walsh of Preston Hollow was the keynote speaker at the WWII Veterans Foundation Casino Royale Gala Fundraiser. Last January, Adm. Walsh retired from the U.S. Navy after more than 34 years of service.

During his command, he led all U.S. military efforts following the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, and later nuclear crisis in Japan.

Casino Royale was the second annual gala for the Families of WWII Veterans Foundation, and included Walsh’s keynote speech, a buffet dinner, casino, dancing, and a performance by The Victory Belles.

Additional information about the organization can be found on their website at  http://www.familiesww2veterans.org