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The Panther Family Celebrates with Trunk or Treat 2018!

Paratroopers and family members of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team enjoyed an evening of fun, fellowship, food and scares at the Panther Brigade Trunk or Treat held Monday, October 29th in the brigade’s area on Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

Numerous civilian and military vehicles were set up and in costume to provide trunk-or-treat stations to children while members of the brigade organized and ran a costume contest.

Other events during Trunk or Treat included an obstacle course, a haunted aid station and event a potluck where families could bring a dish and dine on a variety of foods.

Furry friends also made an appearance last night, giving children a treat of different sorts as they had the opportunity to encounter a very patient llama and alpaca.

Tonight’s the Night! Come Celebrate at our Trunk or Treat!

Tonight is the night!  Come enjoy a free, family-friendly celebration of the fall season and Halloween holiday at the 3rd Brigade Trunk or Treat!

 

A map of the night’s festivities. Click to download a full-size one onto your device.

Enjoy trunk-or-treating, a haunted aid station, games and a killer pot-luck this evening!

The Panther Family Potluck is tonight! Click to learn more.

Festivities begin at 5PM and last until 8PM.  We hope to see you there!

Congratulations to this Quarter’s Iron Mike Award Recipients!

We congratulate three members of the Panther Family who were recognized Wednesday, October 24th at the Fort Bragg Iron Mike Awards!

The Iron Mike Awards recognize volunteers for their efforts to improve the quality of life for paratroopers and their families on Fort Bragg

Mrs. Jeanette Turner, second from left, of 2nd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment was recognized with the Iron Mike Pin for contributing over 300 hours of volunteer service.
Mrs. Candice Reilly, second from the left, of 1st Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment was recognized with the Bronze Star for over 500 hours of volunteer service.
Mrs. Bonnie Weber, second from the left, was recognized with the Silver Star for contributing over 750 volunteer hours.