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Veteran’s Breakfast ‘All Service Salute’, Friday, May 6th |  9:00am – 11:00am at Moody Garden Hotel Spa and Convention Center.

Journey with us in true celebrating spirit, as we honor selfless acts of courage and humanitarian service by real people in our community. This annual event recognizes local heroes and is a special salute to all service veterans who are seemingly ordinary people but have touched the lives of community members through their selfless acts of courage.

Red Cat Preservation Society is pleased to shine the spotlight on and give a special tribute to the “Mission Continues” and their support to veteran services throughout the Houston area. A wide range of source materials including photographs, letters, diaries, scrapbooks, military patches and insignias, uniforms, and posters as well as published works.

This year’s Honorary Chair is Dr. Richard Watkins. Dr. Watkins is a decorated Vietnam veteran pilot who received the Purple Heart Medal and the Air Medal with eight-oak leaf clusters. Captain Watkins’ helicopter was shot down during the Tet offensive where he was wounded and listed as missing in action for a brief time.

The Breakfast Host will be Jay Coppock, Cheif Operation Officer for ACU of Texas Credit Union.  This mission-driven event is supported by our local community through in-kind donations and corporate sponsorships.

Keynote Speaker is Major Barry Mattson, Military Hero who’s patriotic service started early. He attended the United States Air Force Academy, where he was captain of the aerobatic flying team. He served five years active duty in the US Air Force. He then returned to the US and joined The Mission Continues in 2014 as Regional Director in Houston, Texas.

First Fridays in Georgetown - 6:00 pm in Georgetown

Friends and families gather in downtown Georgetown every first Friday night for live music and camaraderie.  Free music, plus, the stores stay open extra late.  This First Friday, get away to downtown Georgetown!  Shops will be open until 8 p.m. around the historic downtown Square for an evening of strolling, gallery-hopping, and dining. There is no more beautiful place to enjoy live music and a festive evening atmosphere! A relaxing stroll around the historic Square will captivate your senses. Treasure the experience of getting away to Georgetown!

First Friday is sponsored by the Downtown Georgetown Association, on the web at www.thegeorgetownsquare.com or call (512) 868-8675. 

Enjoy a relaxing first Friday evening on the "Square" in beautiful Georgetown, Texas!

Team RWB’s mission is to enrich the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity.


Our chapters and communities deliver consistent, local opportunities for veterans and the community to connect through physical and social activity. And it is so much more than running. They host regular fitness activities, social gatherings, and participate in local races and events together. Veterans can also develop their leadership skills by serving as a volunteer leader in their local chapter. These programs are at the core of Team RWB’s mission. Be sure to ask about them at your first meeting.



The Veteran Ambassador Program is a movement we are building, that encourages veterans to stay active and inspire others to do the same. The program welcomes new veterans to the team and ensures that they have the information and resources to stay connected with their local chapter, as well as the regional and national community.

Pioneer Days - Round Rock - May 7, 2016 - 9:00 am in Round Rock

Families are invited to step back in time on Saturday, May 7, 2016.

You can experience pioneer life amid restored cabins of Old Settlers Park. Lots of activities are planned, including playing tug-of-war, churning butter, dipping candles, making corn husk dolls and rag balls ... or you can simply wanter through reenactment camps and a fully stocked general store.  

All activies are FREE!!!

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What do County Veteran Service Officers do?

County Veteran Service Officers work with the Department of Veterans Affairs and other nationally chartered veterans organizations to assure that veterans and their dependents receive the entitlements they deserve.

Click here for a sortable, searchable directory of Texas' County Veteran Service Officers.

What is the Military Veteran Peer Network?

With the peer-to-peer network, veterans go through a training course that teaches them how to facilitate groups of veterans. Once trained, they create local community peer groups. Because members of the group set the rules, no two peer groups are the same.

Click here to learn more.