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The Texas State Veterans Cemetery at Abilene will host a Memorial Day Ceremony sponsored by the Chief's Group from Dyess Air Force Base. The Community Band of Abilene will play a medley of patriotic songs, the Guest Speaker will be Congressman Jodey Arrington and the Dyess AFB Honor Guard will present the colors. The Chief's Group have also arranged a C-130 flyover during the ceremony.
We are opening our doors to the community, giving information, having a BBQ, and a member backed yard sale with the purpose of raising funds to help the veteran community in legitimate times of need.
For information please contact the Auxiliary Commander, Caitlin Privitt
For all information and contact requests, please make your inquiry attn: DAV Yard Sale
Aux CO email: email@example.com
The Abilene Grunts Association and Texas Veterans Chapter One host their Annual 'TET Reunion' in Abilene. The reunion is where Veterans and their families gather to share memories and stories of their years in the military.
Anyone who attends is encouraged to bring photo's and memorabilia, no matter the era, service branch or conflict.
The '32nd Annual TET Reunion' will take place in the Taylor County Coliseum's Display Building. There will be food, drinks, displays, memorabilia and a 'USO' type show.
Info from KEAN 105.1 Website – Rudy Fernandez
Our last member meeting of the year. Normally a compressed meeting with a pot-luck style Christmas party. Basic, high priority meeting with primary focus on spending time with family and friends.
Operations and functions side of the chapter. Where we get out inner workings done with member approval.
We have been asked if we could support one of our own…
Kenneth Green’s son’s memorial service is Saturday, December 8th at 11am at the Grace Church on Marshall St in Abilene
All those who can attend, the Green’s would be more than blessed.
Over the past 17 years, Golden Corral is proud of the U.S. military members who defend our country and our rights, and we honor them every year with a special thank you dinner at our Military Appreciation Night. As of 2017, we have served nearly 5.4 million free meals to our active duty and retired military heroes. But our commitment does not stop there. Over the past 17 years, Golden Corral restaurants and their guests together have raised over $14 million dollars for Disabled American Veterans.