"I do what the military asks of me in hopes that one day future generations won't experience war or see another 9/11."

Capt. Nicholas J. Rozanski

The "Play it as it Lies" Golf Outing is our most successful fundraiser. The golf outing will take place at Safari Golf Club on Friday August 21st, starting at 11:00 AM. Due to the current COVID situation we will make a decision on the "19th Hole" family fun night in Mid July. The proceeds from this event will provide grants to local military and Veteran organizations, scholarships to local Dublin high school students and scholarships to Veterans at The Ohio State University.


A father, husband, son, brother and friend to all who knew him.

Captain Nick Rozanski was a Columbus native, raised in Dublin and graduated from Dublin Coffman High School. He went on to receive a BA in Communications from The Ohio State University. An avid runner, a soccer coach, and all around good guy who above all else loved his wife and little girls. A member of the Ohio Army National Guard’s 37th Infantry Brigade Combat Team. Nick previously served in both Kosovo and Iraq until his final deployment in 2012. Captain Nicholas J. Rozanski died on Wednesday, April 4, 2012, supporting Operation Enduring Freedom in northern Afghanistan.

One Nation...

Buckeye nation pours out its appreciation to the families of fallen soldiers with a letter-writing assignment from the Ohio State football team, connecting deeply with both the players and the families in this ESPN Game Day segment.

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