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By Austin Jackson | Published Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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The Rhome Veterans Day celebration took place Saturday morning in Rhome. The event kicked off with a parade and a ceremony for service members that took place at Veterans Park. The celebration concluded with a variety show at the Rhome Pavillion on Front Street in Rhome, where dancers from the Silhouette Dance Company and touring artist Jimmy Lee performed.

Learning Early

LEARNING EARLY – Terri Jennings, Devan Archer and Devan Archer II soak in the patriotism and remembrance at the Rhome Veterans Day celebration at the Rhome Family Park, Saturday. Messenger photo by Austin Jackson

Grill Generals

GRILL GENERALS – Rhome Veterans group members Rick Burgett and Larry Roberson man the grill at the Rhome Veterans Day celebration in Rhome, Saturday. Food at the event was free. Messenger photo by Austin Jackson

Retiring the Flag

RETIRING THE FLAG – Troop 771 of the American Heritage Girls based out of Argyle retire a U.S. flag at the Rhome Veterans Day Celebration in Rhome Saturday. The troop observed the formal procedure, folding the flag neatly then placing each flag in the pit and watching silently until the flags were fully incinerated. Messenger photo by Austin Jackson

Dancing for America

DANCING FOR AMERICA – Aziza Malik, 5, and Savannah Hulcy, 4, of the Silhouette Dance Company do their own dance as the older dancers perform on stage during the variety show at the Rhome Veterans Day celebration Saturday in Rhome. Messenger photo by Austin Jackson

American Muscle

AMERICAN MUSCLE – Rose Sanders of Southlake and Regina Alexander of Bridgeport check out the American-made muscle cars on display at the Rhome Veterans Day celebration Saturday in Rhome. Messenger photo by Austin Jackson

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