Event Information
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Service Events

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-Keep Boerne Beautiful:  This is similar to Adopt-A-Road, except we meet
up with other civic groups to help clean up different areas of our
community.  Cadets should dress similarly to Adopt-A-Road.  To learn
more about Keep Boerne Beautiful click on this link:  
KBB

-Cibolo Nature Center:  The cadets are asked to volunteer whatever time
they can give.  The event usually runs from Friday-Sunday for all three
phases.  To learn more about the nature center click on this link:
 Cibolo
Nature Center

-Fabra Fall Festival:  The cadets assist in the setting up of the festival
and help take everything down when the festival is over.  This includes
running the haunted hallway that raises money for the school.

-Stadium Cleanup:  The cadets clean up the stadium after every home
game.  The cadets show up at the JROTC building on Saturday at 0800
and should be done with the clean up by 0930 at the latest.

-Relay for Life:  Every year we collect donations and spend the night
walking in support of relay for life.  Each cadet class is assigned a two
hour block of time where they will report to the walk site and walk
around the course.  Cadets usually bring a sleeping bag, a chair, and
definitely comfortable shoes for this event.  To find out more about this
wonderful effort click on the following link:  
Relay for Life

-Veteran's Day:  On, or around, November 11th the corps assist VFW Post
688 pay respect to those who serve our country in the military by
participating in a Veteran's Day ceremony at Veteran's Park.  Additionally,
we send our color guards to the schools in the community to participate
in their school ceremonies.  

-Military Appreciation Day:  This is an event where our unit invites in
military units from the local area to brief the Group, school, and
community on how they perform their mission in support of our national
objectives.  In the past we have hosted a Blackhawk helicopter, an
Apache helicopter, a Military Working Dog team, refurbished WWII
military equipment, a rock climbing wall, and an Army Hummer.


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Activity Events

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-Home Football Games:  At home football games we like to show our
support by having as many cadets as possible sit in our ROTC area in the
stands.  Cadets who want to participate will show up at the ROTC
building prior to the game to sign in and receive their free ticket to the
game.  Cadets are required to wear an ROTC shirt to receive this free
admission.  At the game, cadets are required to sit in the ROTC section
till halftime only.

-Lock-Ins: During lock-ins, the Group of cadets takes over the high
school campus on a Friday from 6 p.m. till midnight.  We give the cadets
the opportunity to participate in athletic events, play video games, watch
movies, play capture the flag, and socialize.  The cadets love it!

-The Military Ball: Once a year the Group holds a "prom-like" event
known as the Military Ball.  The cadets get a chance to dress up, have a
very nice meal, and then dance till midnight.  During the event each
grade will crown their royalty for the year.

-Sports Day: Twice a year we try to have a Sports Day where each of the
classes compete against each other for athletic recognition within the
cGroup.  After the sports competitions we have a cookout and present
the winning flights with their athletic streamers.

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