More than 1,000 soldiers were treated to a Texas Country Fair during the Heart of Texas Salute to Warrior Citizens held Sunday at North Fort Hood. Reserve and National Guard troops preparing to deploy overseas participated in various activities, such as the roping event shown above. Local churches, businesses, organizations and individuals donated time, money and products to make the event a huge success.
The annual Salute to Warrior Citizens held Sunday at North Fort Hood featured a variety of fairstyle activities, such as the one shown above. Volunteers from several local churches, businesses and organizations made it an event to be remembered for more than 1,000 Army Reservists and National Guardsmen.
Spencer Lord (48) closes in on a West ball carrier to make a tackle during the East’s 30-point victory in the Texas Six-Man Coaches Association all-star game Friday night in Wichita Falls. Photo courtesy of The Vernon Daily Record.
Hailee Bechkett, left, legs out an infi eld single to leadoff the game for the 11/12-year-old all-star team while Kamryn Higginbotham, right, comes off the bag to fi eld a throw from one of her teammates on the 9/10-year-old squad during the all-star exhibition game Saturday.
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