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Members of Sanford-Brown San Antonio Staff and Students Provide Aid in Parade

April 21, 2011 General, SBC-San Antonio 0 Comments

On Friday, April 15, a handful of staff and students volunteered to assist the Red Cross in staffing the first aid stations that were set along the Battle of the Flowers Parade route in downtown San Antonio. Students also volunteered to work at the various water stations, passing out water to passing parade participants. Every April, downtown San Antonio becomes the site of a citywide celebration, known as the Battle of the Flowers Parade. Since 1891, the women of the Battle of the Flowers Association have produced a parade to honor the fallen heroes of the Alamo, and to commemorate the victory at the battle of San Jacinto. 

 

 

 

 

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