MEDIA RESOURCES

Fact Sheets

Click on any of the fact sheets listed to read, download, print or use the information as needed. All documents, graphic images and photographs posted on this site are in the public domain with no copy-write restrictions. 

Address inquiries to:  Media@tcvc.us 

    1st Armistice Day Message

     American Legion Auxiliary History

     American Legion History

     Armistice Day History

     History of the Poppy

     Military Order of the World Wars History

     Veterans Day History

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News Releases

Releases are developed by the Tarrant County Veterans Council communications coordinator in support of the 2019 Tarrant Co. Veterans Day Parade. Address inquiries to:  Media@tcvc.us 

     Vets Council Launches Parade Website

     TCVC Webiste Makeover

     Parade now VA-Approved Site

     Council Needs Money for Parade

     Vets Parade Needs Your Support

Media Advisories

In an effort to keep the news media and other interested parties informed of possible parade changes, TCVC will develop and distribute notices as needed. Address inquiries to:  Media@tcvc.us 

     Assembly Information

     VA-Designated Vets Day Sites

Artwork

All graphics, photos and related artwork listed are in the public domain and available for use without copy-write infringement. Request that photographic credit be given as listed. Address inquiries to:  Media@tcvc.us 

General Information

In an effort to keep the news media and other interested parties informed of possible parade changes, TCVC will develop and distribute notices as needed. Address inquiries to:  Media@tcvc.us 

     2018 Parade Coordinators

     2018 Parade Participants

     Parade Advocates & Partners

     Give 100 Campaign

     Parade Requirements

     Parade Lineage

     Sponsorship Levels

     Volunteers

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Tarrant County Commissioners Court

The Commissioners Court is the general governing body of Tarrant County. The Court is made up of the County Judge who is elected countywide and presides over the full Court, and the four County Commissioners -- each elected from one of the County's four precincts. The four County Commissioners have both countywide and precinct responsibilities. Each commissioner is responsible for construction and maintenance of County roads within his or her precinct.

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