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San Jacinto Victory Celebration

Date: Apr 12, 2014
Location: The Alamo
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Please join The Daughters of The Republic of Texas Alamo Heroes Chapter at their annual San Jacinto Day Celebration! We always celebrate on the first Saturday of Fiesta so that the Children of Texas can participate in this very important, popular event. The Battle of San Jacinto forever changed the history of Texas and the world. Fiesta commemorates the Texas win at the Battle of San Jacinto and we'd like for you to join us as we celebrate! Listen as historians read letters to loved ones at home from soldiers who were in the actual battle. You can join The Alamo Heroes Chapter Daughters and Children of the Republic of Texas in their toast to Texas victory with Alamo water. Remember and help us honor those brave heroes who fought for Texas Independence at San Jacinto on April 21, 1836. Immediately following the ceremony you are invited to join us for our chapter's annual Fiesta desayuno in Alamo Hall. Food, music and friends—what a great way to start your day! The Alamo Shrine, the Long Barrack and grounds were the actual site of the famous Battle of The Alamo, which set the stage for Texas' battle for independence at San Jacinto. After our brief ceremony, you will have the opportunity to tour the Shrine, Long Barrack and walk the grounds where The Alamo's beautiful garden flourishes. We have a mission: Remember The Alamo. Free event. For more information contact Alamo Heroes DRT representative
Elaine Milam Vetter, (210) 408-6666.