Photo Flash: Wayne Newton Honors Veterans Including "The Bachelor"
Last night, more than 100 veterans from around the country including Andy Baldwin of the hit ABC show "The Bachelor," spent their evening at Wayne Newton's all new show, Once Before I Go, at Tropicana Las Vegas. Newton, who is Chairman of the USO Celebrity Circle and has entertained our troops in every conflict since and including Vietnam, recognized them last night and asked them to stand if they were able. Those who could, did, and an indescribable warmth spread through the theater as Wayne thanked them sincerely for their dedication to our country. After the show Wayne met with each one of the Veterans and thanked them personally. The Veterans will be attending lunch today at Newton's Ranch, "Casa de Shenandoah."
"The Bachelor," Andy Baldwin, serves as U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander, M.D. He is a Physician, Humanitarian, and Navy Diver at the Navy's Bureau of Medicine and Surgery in Washington, D.C., where he serves as a spokesman and advocate for Navy medicine.
Photo credit: Cashman Photo
Andy Baldwin and Wayne Newton
Wayne Newton Salutes Veterans