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3rd Annual Military Appreciation Celebration

3rd Annual Military Appreciation Celebration to benefit the Vietnam Veterans Association of Longview’s Scholarship fund for local children of Veterans.

Event includes a car show, opening ceremony, bands, food, auctions, and fireworks display.
Car show will give several awards including best car, best truck, best motorcycle, Veterans pick.
Opening Ceremony includes Invocation and opening speech, playing of “America the Beautiful”, Boy Scouts will present the American and State flags, 21 gun salute, Taps played to remind of the ultimate sacrifice, and ...

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Veterans Resource Fair

The Harris County Pct. 2 Commissioner Adrian Garcia and the Texas Veterans Land Board are holding a Veterans Resource Fair.

Join us (Saturday, August 7) to learn more about your benefits as a Texas Veteran. You may qualify for special services, programs and state license discounts.

Learn more and ask the experts* about:
• Only-in-Texas home and land loans, land sales and making home improvements
• Veterans long-term care homes
• State Veterans cemeteries
• Home inspections, title and warranty issues
• ...

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VLB Benefits Fair

VLB is hosting a benefits fair at the H.E.A.R.T.S Veterans Museum. We’re inviting several other Veterans organizations – county VSO, TVC, local elected officials plus mortgage lenders, experts on title and warranty business. Breakfast will be provided.

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3rd Annual Military Appreciation Celebration

3rd Annual Military Appreciation Celebration to benefit the Vietnam Veterans Association of Longview’s Scholarship fund for local children of Veterans.

Event includes a car show, opening ceremony, bands, food, auctions, and fireworks display.
Car show will give several awards including best car, best truck, best motorcycle, Veterans pick.
Opening Ceremony includes Invocation and opening speech, playing of “America the Beautiful”, Boy Scouts will present the American and State flags, 21 gun salute, Taps played to remind of the ultimate sacrifice, and ...

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