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Veterans Day Events

NewsChannel 10
By KFDA Assignments Desk

Amarillo, Texas - There are several events going on this weekend to honor America's Veterans.

Welcome Home Rally - 7:30 PM Friday, November 6th. Lance Corporal Chris Higgins is returning home on medical leave after being wounded in combat in Afghanistan. Be sure to wear your red, white, and blue.


Veterans Day Parade - 10:00 Saturday, November 7th. Downtown Amarillo on Polk Street.


Flag Mast Dedication - 2:00 Saturday, November 7th. 433 E. Bonita in north Amarillo. This is the only flag mast of its kind in the state of Texas. For more information, call 220-4812.


Veterans Day Dinner and Program - 6:00 Saturday, November 7th. The Borger Elks Lodge is honoring all of those who served. 200 Opal Street in Borger. All active duty and veterans/families are invited. Guest speaker will be Jack Barnes with America Supports You Texas.


Military Night at The Jungle - 7:05 at the Amarillo Civic Center. The Amarillo Gorillas are taking on the Colorado Golden Eagles. Tickets are $10.00

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