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The Bridges at Preston Crossings Breaks Ground on Homes For Wounded War Veterans

This past Saturday, the Bridges at Preston Crossings proudly broke ground on two new homes for wounded war veterans and their families. The recipient families were joined by Southstar Communities' president and CEO, Dan Koscher, as well as other business donors who are helping to provide the homes through Operation FINALLY HOME.

Operation FINALLY HOME Recipients, Sergeant Levi and Katie Wilson, Thank Southstar Communities

Southstar Communities Applauds CNN Top 10 Hero Dan Wallrath

We are happy to congratulate Dan Wallrath, founder of Operation FINALLY HOME, for being recognized as a CNN Top 10 Hero of the Year. We are proud to work with Operation FINALLY HOME to provide a total of six lots throughout Texas to honor veterans and their families.

Vintage Oaks New Website Launched

Free Benefits Briefing for Veterans

Join us this weekend at Vintage Oaks at the Vineyard for a briefing to discuss free benefits for veterans. The event starts at 10 a.m. and you can come and go as you please until 1 p.m. Please see below for a list of exhibitors and topics.

Groundbreaking for Operation FINALLY HOME

Please join us on Saturday, September 25 for a groundbreaking ceremony to honor the families of two war heroes and participate in a day of fun. Festivities will begin at 10 a.m. at The Bridges at Preston Crossings and will end at 4 p.m. Activities include horseback riding, fishing and a bounce house. Also, guests will get a chance to see Acme Brick’s “Baby Clay,” the world’s largest brick certified by the Guinness World Records, weighing in at 9,300 pounds and measuring 116 inches long.

Texas Business & Education Coalition Lists Gunter Middle School on the 2010 Honor Roll

The Texas Business & Education Coalition recently named Gunter Middle School to the 2010 Honor Roll. Of the more than 8,000 Texas public schools, less than 4 percent will be honored.