19 lone star warriors arrived in San Angelo from across the country for a weekend of hunting activities
and they had a big welcoming party waiting for them at Mathis Field airport.
Fifth graders from Cornerstone Christian School were there, a long with lots of girl scouts from Troupe 44 holding signs.
Every year military veterans, wounded in action, come to the Concho Valley to spend time at several special events and go on hunting trips donated by local ranch owners and outfitters.
Instead of a parade along the Concho River downtown, the veterans in town for the weeks lone star warriors activities will be introduced during a presentation at the river stage.
It’s open to anyone who wants to attend and will begin at noon.
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