Clear 99’s Central Missouri Honor Flight Radiothon

Say thank you to local area veterans by sending them on a life-changing trip to see their memorials in Washington D.C.

Clear 99’s Central Missouri Honor Flight Radiothon with Diamond Pet Foods is happening Friday, June 24th from 6a-6p The Central Missouri Honor Flight takes veterans on a non-stop day trip to Washington D.C. where they’ll tour their war memorials at no cost to them!

These trips can be transformative for veterans who have been struggling with their experiences during war. Many have been able to find closure and finally put to rest many of the burdens they’ve carried with them for decades. It’s also an opportunity to give many of these veterans the ‘welcome home’ they should have gotten but didn’t receive.

The waiting list of veterans has continued to grow during this time and with your help, we can help fund flights to serve our veterans as soon as these trips can resume.

This year, a $300 donation to our phone bank will get you an official Central Missouri Honor Flight Radiothon t-shirt thanks to Xtreme Body and Paint!

To further honor our veterans, we invite you to share a picture of a special veteran in your life to our Wall of Honor! For every picture uploaded $1.00 will be donated thanks to Pro Pumping & Hydrojetting!

  You can make your donation online thanks to Steve’s Pest Control:



Or call the Service Master of Columbia Phone Bank at (573) 815-7516 starting at 6 am on the 24th. Thank you to our sponsors who help make this radiothon possible: Service Master of Columbia, Jiffy Lube, Graf & SonsDowntown ApplianceXtreme Body & PaintAurora Organic DairyHigh Street Dentistry,  Brian Wear PlumbingVeterans UnitedDoolittle Trailer, Living Canvas, Mid Mo Telecom, Hemme Construction, Rosebud TractorA1 Containers, Atterberry Auctions, Little J’s Fireworks, & Turkey Creek Golf Center.



  1. Local resident and WWI veteran Harry Reed passed away this week. Funeral services are June 22 at Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon with full military gravesite service at the Eldon Cemetery.

  2. Very sorry to hear that Erma.

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