2020 MOAA Holiday Gift Guide: Spouse and Family

2020 MOAA Holiday Gift Guide: Spouse and Family
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Editor’s Note: This article by Kristin Davis appeared as part of the 2020 MOAA Holiday Gift Guide in the November 2020 issue of Military Officer, a magazine available to all MOAA Premium and Life members. Learn more about the magazine here; learn more about joining MOAA here.

 

Show some love with these gifts that are great for the whole family. A bit more about the images above (clockwise, from top left):

 

Milspouse Love Necklace

What: Army spouse-owned Hope Design handcrafts unique jewelry to honor servicemembers, veterans, and their spouses. This dainty, silver-toned heart pendant says it all.

 

Cost: $20 at HopeDesignLTD.com.

 

A Stay at the Greenbrier

What: This sprawling luxury resort in the Allegheny Mountains in Greenbrier County, W.Va., has welcomed visitors since 1778. With five golf courses, 19 restaurants and lounges, a spa, a casino, tennis courts, an infinity pool, a fitness center, and a menu of activities ranging from horseback riding to Jeep riding, The Greenbrier offers fun for the whole family.

 

Cost: Room rates vary. $39 resort fee per room, per night. Reserve your room at Greenbrier.com or by calling 855-453-4858.

 

Vint Hill Wine

What: Vint Hill Craft Winery is located at the former Vint Hill Farms Station, where in 1944 the U.S. military intercepted the German encryption codes that helped end World War II. All wines are made on site, but in small batches. Check out the current offerings at VintHillCraftWinery.com.

 

Cost: Varies, but between $29-$39 a bottle. 

 

Rollors

What: This new outdoor lawn game dreamed up by a career Air Force officer between deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan combines the best of horseshoes, bocce ball, and bowling. Ideal for any age or skill level.

 

Cost: $49.95 at Rollors.com.

 

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