On Saturday, August 4th at the Ford Center at The Star Frisco, TX, the American Legion Post 178 Color Guard presented the Colors for the Dallas Rattlers Lacrosse Team.
Left to right: John Ricca, Dave Fautheree, Ted Ruybal, Fred Rogers, Kevin Robinson
Pack 12 Wolf Den earned their Hometown Hero Award by learning about their Hometown Heroes, their jobs, what they did and what they loved about their job. The Hometown Heroes consisted of Army and Navy recruiters, American Legion Post veterans, Frisco PD and Frisco Fire.
Pack 12 Wolf Den Cub Scouts, left to right: Hudson Brassfield Ethan Schuller JP crosier.
American Legion Post 178 members attending were L-R Ed Mendlik, Stuart Sax, James Trombley & Dave Fautheree.
During the July, 2018 Membership Meeting, four Boy Statesmen told the membership about their experiences during the 2018 Texas Boys State, and thanked the Membership for allowing them to participate in such a great experience.
From Left to Right: Eric Wu (Frisco H.S.), Carter Yates (Frisco H.S.), Ryan Chen (Centennial H.S.) and Chase Attanasio (Wakeland H.S.)
On Thursday, July 19, 2018, the Frisco Area Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon Cutting ceremony at their offices for Image One of North Dallas. Ash Gawande, the owner of Image One, is also a member of Post 178, so our Color Guard was honored to present the colors at his Ribbon Cutting.
L-R: Ted Ruybal, Larry Marshall, Ash Gawande & Fred Rogers
You can see more pictures of his Ribbon Cutting Ceremony here.
The Agile for Patriots Program is a free Agile and Scrum training, certification and practical application for veterans and their spouses who want to explore a career in Agile Software Delivery. There is limited space in the program. In order to provide this program to you at no cost, we expect your full commitment if selected.
Friday, August 10, 2018
8:30 AM – 5:30 PM CDT
For more information and to register, follow this link.
Saturday, July 28th at the Frisco Athletic Center
You may need to turn up your volume to hear the video. You can also view the video at NBC 5 News DFW. Video is copyright of NBC 5 News DFW.
The membership drive at Frisco Freedom Fest was another outstanding success. A special thank you to Norm Burgess for putting together the below video.
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency has previously reported that North Korean officials have notified the U.S. that they have as many as 200 sets of U.S. remains from the Korean War, however it is not clear how many would be transferred in this ceremony.
In this September 2000 file photo, United Nations soldiers carry a coffin of a missing U.S. soldier’s remains upon arrival at Yokota airbase in Tokyo. The most tangible outcome of the summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un seems to be a commitment to recover the remains of U.S. military personnel missing in action and presumed dead from the Korean War. (Shizuo Kambayashi/AP)