4th SB (Rear) Participates with Adopted School in Car Wash

Photo courtesy of 4th Sustainment Brigade (Rear) (Provisional)

4th Sustainment Brigade’s Adopt-A-School, Nolan Middle School, KISD, invited our Soldiers to participate in a Car Wash on Saturday, 4 October.  This car wash is the first of many events they have planned to raise $6,000 for the United Way.  The kids had so much fun that they are already planning a repeat.  And our Soldiers were so appreciated that they have been asked to be judges for a Talent Show on 13 October and help officiate a Faculty/Student Volleyball game on 24 October.

As you can see from the photos, our Soldiers had a great time helping out at the Car Wash and we’re building a terrific relationship with Nolan Middle School.

And yes, that is MSG Francis, the 4SB(R)(P) CSM showing the kids the correct way to get ALL the dirt off the cars.

Students from Nolan Middle School
Students from Nolan Middle School in Killeen clean up cars during a car wash October 4 with help from Soldiers of the 4th Sustainment Brigade (Rear) (Provisional). The fundraising event was part of the Adopt-a-School program that, according to Soldiers and students strengthened the bond between the school and unit, resulting in two more events planned in October alone.



Students from Nolan Middle School in Killeen clean up cars during a car wash October 4 with help from Soldiers of the 4th Sustainment Brigade (Rear) (Provisional). The fundraising event was part of the Adopt-a-School program that, according to Soldiers and students strengthened the bond between the school and unit, resulting in two more events planned in October alone.

 

Master Sgt Dave B Francis
Master Sgt. Dave B. Francis, 4th Sustainment Brigade (Rear) (Provisional) Command Sgt. Maj. shows students from Nolan Middle School in Killeen the correct way to get all the dirt off of cars during a car wash October 4. The fundraising event was part of the Adopt-a-School program that, according to Soldiers and students strengthened the bond between the school and unit, resulting in two more events planned in October alone.