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Rockdale GOES GREEN for vets


‘Three for the price of two,’ a pair of green beacons and one reflection at Main Street office of Rockdale Municipal Development District. 
Reporter/Mike Brown ‘Three for the price of two,’ a pair of green beacons and one reflection at Main Street office of Rockdale Municipal Development District. Reporter/Mike Brown Again this Veterans Day season the “Go Green for Veterans” program is asking— and getting—support for its effort to display green lights to honor military veterans.

Supporters are asked to change one light to green in a visible spot on a porch, at home or office, and keep it glowing every day as a symbol of appreciation and support for our veterans.

Here’s a sampling of Rockdale homes and businesses ‘going green’



Farm Bureau office proud of veterans, ag workers. Farm Bureau office proud of veterans, ag workers.

You’ve got to figure this one has a special meaning. You’ve got to figure this one has a special meaning.


Veteran Clay Barber found a unique way to join the “Go Green for Vets” movement on with his pick-up. Veteran Clay Barber found a unique way to join the “Go Green for Vets” movement on with his pick-up.

The Noack Family Partnership on Bell Avenue downtown has been supporting the movement since its inception. The Noack Family Partnership on Bell Avenue downtown has been supporting the movement since its inception.
Green, red-white-and-blue inside The Rockdale Reporter office on East Cameron (US 79).Green, red-white-and-blue inside The Rockdale Reporter office on East Cameron (US 79).

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