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Lunch was served and clothing and shoes were given away Saturday afternoon downtown on Adam Street.
Government, Business, Holiday Guide
Crowds gathered to see the iconic horses pulling the old-fashioned beer truck on Saturday.
Military moms and spouses are in for a day of fun and special treats. One lucky lady will even win a Chevy Cruz!
Government, Holiday Guide
About 1,200 Old Guard Soldiers participated in the event this year, and about 220,000 graves received a flag.
News, Holiday Guide
To the heroes of the past and present, you are not forgotten.
An acknowledgement and wreath laying ceremony is held every year near Memorial Day to honor fallen servicewomen.
The Army celebrates its birthday on June 14, enter the contest and win with Facebook votes.
Only one day of jumps scheduled for Tuesday.
View the past week's festivities as they honored Fallen paratroopers and had some fun along the way.
One critic writes about the title, "Not only is it generic-sounding and Google-unfriendly, it’s also one of the last words most viewers would use to describe the film."
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