Chaplain Thompson will lead couples in discussions on identifying potential problems and how to avoid them strengthening marriage bonds. Lunch will be provided then couples will be able to explore the grounds of the Lazy U Ranch and enjoy relaxing in the beautiful setting.
Participants will arrive at Enchanted Rock with Chaplain Thompson for a day exploring the area and enjoying a lunch in Fredericksburg. This will be a day of both spiritual and physical fitness.
Sign up through Chaplain Thompson’s office.
Couples and/or Families arrive in Fredericksburg Friday afternoon, check into their lodging accommodations and gather for dinner and orientation. Saturday is their day to do whatever they want – explore, shop, sleep, etc. We do meet for both lunch and dinner on Saturday. Sunday they are invited to attend a local church prior to returning to San Antonio.
Sign up at WFSC or the Chaplain’s Office.
The Fritztown Bass Fishing Club will host the 4th annual fishing tournament at Lake LBJ. Participants are limited to 15 ADULTS. This is a catch and release event. There will be prizes and trophies awarded. Club members are there with their boats to accompany warriors on the lake and get some great one on one fellowship. Lunch will be provided.
Sign up through WFSC.
The following provided by Jackie Heupel and Sharon Massey
The Wounded Warriors at Nebo treated seven warrior families, a total of 30 adults and children, to a day at the Natural Bridge Caverns in Schertz on June 16th. We gathered in a beautiful grove of old oaks with picnic tables next to the main information building at 10:00. Soon after, the group went with one of the park guides for a tour of the Maze. Once they returned, we all had a wonderful lunch of barbecue beef and hot dogs followed by several desert choices provided by Diane Smith, Annie Matthews, Dusty Smith, and Debbi McCurdy of the Republican Women from Fredericksburg. Lunch was followed by another group tour, this time of the cave itself. By the time the tour was over it was 2:00 and everyone began their trips home.
The day was a true gift from God, and the location of our picnic was so well shaded by the oaks that we hardly noticed the heat of a Texas summer day. As usual, the food and fellowship were wonderful and everyone seemed to have had a delightful time together in the park.
A special thank you is owed to the ladies of the Republican Women of Fredericksburg.
Participants will arrive at Enchanted Rock with Chaplain Thompson for a day exploring the area and enjoying a lunch at the pavilion. This will be a day of both spiritual and physical fitness.
Sign up through Chaplain Thompson’s office.
Get ready for a day filled with fun and adventure for the entire family!
Natural Bridge Cavern is the location of a day filled with fun and adventure. Families will be provided with general admission to the Caverns and Maze along with a pick nick lunch.
The event sign up at WFSC is full but you can speak to the Chaplain if you would like to be put on a wait list.
Several friends at WFSC (Warrior Family Support Center) kept asking us to plan a day in Fredericksburg for them to come out and make cards. Those plans finally came together on April 27. The plan was to meet at the Cypress Room at Fredericksburg Inn and Suites where everyone would make four cards in the morning and four after lunch. As it turned out only half of the people signed up were able to come due to appointments, etc. , which meant the people who intended to teach were able to relax and make cards and visit. There was also a special treat for the guests. They each got a 30 minute chair massage!! What a fun day!!!
Early Saturday morning, May 13, seventeen volunteers gathered at the Wildseed Farm gazebo to hand out water during the Women’s Wildflower Run. This was the third year Wounded Warriors at Nebo Ministry was given the opportunity to “earn” a nice donation . Volunteers handed water and gatorade out to the runners while enjoying the beautiful morning and gardens. We are grateful to Bill Gardner, Run in Texas, for the opportunity to participate again. Of course we couldn’t have done it without the following volunteers:
Dottie Pieper, Sharon Massey, Michelle Reson, Ed Fredericks, Betsy Fredericks, Lavern Boos, Kathy Parrish, Diane Smith, Fred Nardini, Judy Nardini, Diane Boerner, Terry Harrison, Diana Harrison, Coleen Hickman, Sharon Ginder, Lisa Callahan and Susan Stephens.
The WTB Chaplain asked for a day of fishing for singles. Currently WWAN is working out the details which will be posted when completed. STAY TUNED for the Date & Location !!