Events throughout DFW were canceled due to weather but an event for children of slain serviceman.
They’re the sons and daughters of our fallen heroes. And Thursday they received a very special Christmas gift. The festivities began with the arrival of the Snowball Express.
Donations to a North Texas-based organization are flying in, and a Dallas-based company has pledged to match every single dollar – all thanks to a simple act of kindness by a 9-year-old Ohio boy.
It was a very special weekend in North Texas for hundreds of families from all around the country who had all lost a family member or loved one serving in the military.
Hundreds of children and spouses of fallen U.S. military are flying into North Texas for some all-expenses-paid holiday fun for the next few days.
There was no snow on the ground at DFW Airport Friday, but that didn’t stop the Snowball Express.
The story of Nate Mack is one that moves me. As mentioned in the story, having lost my own dad when I was 5 years old helped me understand where Nate is emotionally.
The Snowball Express is in town! Over 1,000 spouses and children of fallen service members are in North Texas for a five day free vacation.