4th Annual ‘Wagons for Vets’ on Saturday March 12 in Texarkana

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The 4th Annual “Wagons for Vets” Chuckwagon gathering takes place at the Four States Fairgrounds in Texarkana, Arkansas on Saturday, March 12, 2022. For those that love history, super nice people, and really good food, this event is a whole lot of fun.

Some of these antique chuck wagons can put your most modern food trucks to shame. It’s fascinating to see how some of these teams cook, and even more to see that they are using authentic and antique tools to get the job done. The annual Car Show will be taking place and a big display of antique tractors. All of this together makes the Texarkana Wagons for Veterans event one of the communities favorites.

Media Release:

4th ANNUAL “WAGONS FOR VETERANS” March 12, 2022 WHAT: “WAGONS FOR VETERANS” A fundraiser to raise funds to assist local disabled and needy veterans of all eras. You can come out and see 12 or more chuckwagons (and other displays) hear local bands, car show, Iron Munchers, antique tractors, etc. G ates open at 10:00 am, (looking is free) and for just $12 for adults, $6.00 for children 12 and under, eat from a varied menu of food cooked the old fashioned way – in cast iron pots over an open fire. Will start feeding at 11:30 am until all the food is gone. Live Auction @ 12:30 pm. Wine raffle. WHO: Vietnam Veterans of America, Texarkana Area Chapter # 278 WHERE: Four States Fairgrounds. WHEN: Saturday, March 12, 2022. Gates open at 10 am, feeding starts at 11:30 am until all the food is gone! WHY: To help local disabled and needy veterans & their families
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

Fairground gates open at 10:00 am, and it is free to look around, to take part in the uniquely prepared dishes from the cook teams it is $12 for adults, $6 for children under 12.

Don’t miss the big Car Show…

There will also be a huge display of Classic and Antique Tractors…

Take a look at the video from 2021 to see how it’s going to be laid out…

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