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Get your tickets for holiday dining with the Civil Air Patrol’s Tillamook County Composite Squadron 114 before it's too late. The CAP Holiday Dining Out event happens at 6 p.m. on Dec. 12 and Kitty’s Food and Spirits on Main Avenue in Tillamook.

The entertainment for the evening includes a guest speaker and a promotion ceremony. The menu includes beef or chicken, potato or homemade chips, holiday veggies, salad, garlic bread sticks, drink of choice and dessert.

Tickets for the event are $12 and must be purchased by Dec. 5. Gift raffles will occur at intervals during the evening. Raffle items are in from McDonald's, Rodeo Steak House, Dutch Bros, Steren Electronics, Denny’s and much more.

Since CAP’s formation early on during World War II, citizen Airmen have been committed to national service. Founded on Dec. 1, 1941, to mobilize the nation's civilian aviation resources for national defense service, CAP has evolved into a premier public service organization that still carries out emergency service missions when needed — in the air and on the ground.

An Air Force auxiliary partner, CAP is there to search for and find the lost, provide comfort in times of disaster and work to keep the homeland safe. Its members devote themselves to the well-being of their communities while also promoting aviation and related fields through aerospace and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education and helping shape future leaders through CAP’s cadet program.

Tillamook County Composite Squadron 114 welcomes new youth and adult members throughout the year. There are opportunities for excitement and education for all ages. Young people up to age 18 can join as cadets, and those 18 and older can join as senior members.

There are three main programs in CAP: Search and Rescue, Aerospace Education and Cadet Programs. You can find CAP on social media at Facebook.com/cap.tillamook.1

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