Brodie Zenner, left, serves a Thankgiving plate to Ursula and Howard Worrell at the St. Mary’s Holy Family Center. Volunteers from the community helped serve hundreds of people a Thanksgiving meal of turkey, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes and more. —Standard- Radio Post/McKenzie Moellering
World War II, Korea and Vietnam War veteran Wayne Massey was one of many veterans honored on Saturday at the second annual veterans and first responders Thankgiving lunch.
Members of Fredericksburg Voice Studio sang “America the Beautiful” and “Thank you, Soldiers” on Saturday during the lunch. Pictured from left, Riley McGuffie, Josephine Jons, Gussie Bolton, Nora Schoessow, Hallie Luton and Dana Stableford.
Dorothy Roosvall, of Kentucky, is escorted by Barbi Biedermann for the second annual veterans and first responders Thanksgiving lunch. The meal was sponsored by Texas State Representative Kyle Biedermann, Wounded Warriors at Nebo and the Gillespie County Veterans Service Office.
Jim Glazener, left, of Fredericksburg, visits with Texas State Representative Kyle Biedermann during Saturday’s event. Glazener served for 20 months in World War II in the U.S. Navy under Admiral Chester W. Nimitz.
Thanks for selfless service
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Second annual lunch honors veterans, first responders