The American Traveling Tribute will be set up in Monahans this weekend. The Cost of Freedom - American Veterans Traveling Tribute

Silhouette of veteran US Army Colonel Chaplain wearing hat and saluting with an American flag flying behind him.

will be escorted in after 3pm on Wednesday and the opening ceremony will be at 6pm on the 21st.

The exhibit will be open:

October 21st from 1 pm to 8 pm
 October 22nd from 8 am to 8 pm
 October 23rd from 8 am to 8 pm Ward
 October 24th from 8 am to 3 pm

The wall will pay tribute to veterans form Vietnam Afghanistan and Iraq Warrior, 9/11, WWI, WWII, Korean War, Cold War, USS Pueblo, Iran Hostage, El Salvador War, USMC Beirut, El Dorado Canyon, USS Stark Attack, Panama Invasion, Desert Storm , Desert Shield, Khobar Towers Bomb, USS Cole Attack, Fort Hood, Attack.

Please make sure to take your kids out to see this once in a life time historical event. Many will probably never get the chance to go to Washington DC to see the actual Veterans Memorial, so please don't miss this opportunity.

The wall will be set up a the Ward County Arena.

On Saturday you can take part in the Battle of the Badges Blood Drive. EMS vs Fire Fire Fighters.

Also on Saturday, you can take the family out for the free, Touch A Truck Event. This will put kids in the driver seat. This is a unique interactive outdoor family festival that will allow children to climb on, in and out of and touch big trucks and vehicles. There will be food trucks, jumpers for the kids, face fainting and more. This free and open to the public.

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