Get ready for a great day of food, fun and live music in March. It's the 4th Annual Wagons for Veterans Cookout fundraiser and will all take place this Saturday, March 12. 

This fundraiser is to help local disabled and veterans in need and it all takes place at the Four States Fairgrounds in Texarkana.

Delicious Food Cooked Over Open Fires

Enjoy delicious food from over 15 chuckwagons that will be cooked the old-fashioned wild west way in cast iron pots over open fires.

Photo by Artem Maltsev on Unsplash
Photo by Artem Maltsev on Unsplash
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A Lot of Fun Things are Planned

There will also be local bands playing, car show, Iron Munchers, antique tractors and more. Plus a Live Auction at 12:30 PM and a  Wine raffle too.

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How Much are Tickets to The Wagons for Veterans

Everyone is invited. Tickets are $12 dollars for adults and $6 dollars for children.   All proceeds are donated to disabled and unfortunate veteran families that are in need in our four-state area.

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Photo by Robert Krčmar on Unsplash
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Gates open at 10:30 AM and food will start being served at 11:30 AM They'll serve the food until it's gone!

For more information: (903) 908-2135, (903) 748-0432, (903) 556-1613, 903-824-2727 or USMCgreg@aol.com or www.vva278.org. Facebook: Vietnam Veterans of America # 278

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