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Williams Elementary School Celebrates Take a Veteran to School Day

State Representative Marsha Farney and Suddenlink employees will join Williams Elementary School students and faculty as they honor local veterans at a Take a Veteran to School Day program, Wednesday, Nov. 11. The Take a Veteran to School Day project is part of a national initiative by the History Channel and Suddenlink, which provides cable services in Georgetown.

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Lubbock-Cooper High School Celebrates Take a Veteran to School Day

State Representatives John Frullo and Dustin Burrows will join students and faculty members in honoring hometown heroes at a Take a Veteran to School Day program at Lubbock-Cooper High School, Wednesday, Nov. 11. The Take a Veteran to School Day project is part of a national initiative by the History Channel and Suddenlink, which provides cable services in Lubbock. Breakfast will be provided for veterans, followed by a formal program that will be presented at an assembly. Vietnam Veteran Mike Travis will serves as keynote speaker.

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Lee Middle School Celebrates Take a Veteran to School Day

Chief Master Sergeant JoAnne Bass and Mayor Dwain Morrison will join students and faculty members in honoring hometown heroes at a Take a Veteran to School Day program at San Angelo’s Lee Middle School, Wednesday, Nov. 11. The Take a Veteran to School Day project is part of a national initiative by the History Channel and Suddenlink, which provides cable services in San Angelo.

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Glenn Middle School Celebrates Take a Veteran to School Day

U.S. Air Force Col. Kurt A. Wendt and Mayor Dwain Morrison will join students and faculty members in honoring hometown heroes at a Take a Veteran to School Day program at San Angelo Stadium, Wednesday, Nov. 11, followed by a Color Run for veterans and students. The Take a Veteran to School Day project is part of a national initiative by the History Channel and Suddenlink, which provides cable services in San Angelo.

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Raguet Elementary School Celebrates Take a Veteran to School Day

John Fontenot, founder of the Veterans Resource Center at Stephen F. Austin State University, will join students and faculty members in honoring hometown heroes at a Take a Veteran to School Day program at Raguet Elementary School, Wednesday, Nov. 11. The Take a Veteran to School Day project is part of a national initiative by the History Channel and Suddenlink, which provides cable services in Nacogdoches.

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Fredonia Elementary School Celebrates Take a Veteran to School Day

Air Force Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Michael J. Butchko will join students and faculty members in honoring hometown heroes at a Take a Veteran to School Day program at Fredonia Elementary School, Wednesday, Nov. 11. The Take a Veteran to School Day project is part of a national initiative by the History Channel and Suddenlink, which provides cable services in Nacogdoches. Breakfast for the attending veterans will follow Maj. Gen. Butchko’s speaking engagement and pictures.

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Austin Middle School Celebrates Take a Veteran to School Day

Students and faculty members U.S. Navy Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Nune Perez will honor hometown heroes at a Take a Veteran to School Day program at Amarillo’s Austin Middle School, Monday, Nov. 9. The Take a Veteran to School Day project is part of a national initiative by the History Channel and Suddenlink, which provides cable services in Amarillo. A formal program will be presented at an assembly in the school auditorium, followed by lunch in the gym.

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Madison Middle School Celebrates Take a Veteran to School Day

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Madison Middle School Celebrates Take a Veteran to School Day
Local Veterans Will Be Honored Friday at the School

Abilene City Councilman Jay Hardaway and Blake Woodall, District Coordinator for State Senator Troy Fraser will join students and faculty members in honoring hometown heroes at a Take a Veteran to School Day program at Abilene’s Madison Middle School, Friday, Nov. 6.  The Take a Veteran to School Day project is part of a national initiative by the History Channel and Suddenlink, which provides cable services in Abilene.   The formal program will include Presentation of Colors, musical tributes by the school bands and choir, and a Cooper High School JROTC rifle display led by Colonel (Ret.) Steven E. Shinkle and Master Sergeant (Ret.) Ronald F. Deosbe. A luncheon for the veterans and special guests will follow.

What: Take a Veteran to School Day

Where: Madison Middle School, 3145 Barrow St.

When: Friday, Nov. 6

9:45 a.m.  Assembly in large gymnasium
11:15 a.m. Lunch in the small gymnasium

Who: Abilene City Councilman Jay Hardaway;

Blake Woodall, District Coordinator for State Senator Troy Fraser;                                                                                       Colonel (Ret.) Steven E. Shinkle; Master Sergeant (Ret.) Ronald F. Deosbe;

Madison Middle School Principal Cynthia Smith; faculty, students;

Suddenlink VP of Operations Jason Gebhart, Director of Operations Mike Naumann; other employees, including broadband technicians who have served in the military

Photos/ Cameras are welcome during the presentation.

Interviews:  Interviews available before or after event.

Contacts: Jacque Thweatt, Suddenlink  325-437-4479  jacque.thweatt@suddenlink.com
Ann-Marie Towell, Madison Middle 325-692-5661 ann-marie.towell@abileneisd.or

Georgetown, Leander, Pflugerville, Jarrell Become Gig Cities

Suddenlink announced today that it is now offering a residential Internet service with an up to 1 Gigabit per second download speed in Georgetown, Leander, Pflugerville and Jarrell.

Suddenlink also announced today that this week it also will be increasing certain other residential Internet speeds at no additional cost to customers.

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Victoria Becomes a Gig City

Suddenlink announced today that it is now offering an Internet service with an up to 1 Gigabit per second download speed in Victoria, making it one of the first Suddenlink-served communities in Texas to receive this service.

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