Views:196358|Rating:4.74|View Time:9:44Minutes|Likes:685|Dislikes:37 Army Sgt. 1st Class Alejandro “Alex” Granado – Honored Military Hero, 42, of Fairfax, VA., died from wounds suffered when insurgents attacked his vehicle with an improvised explosive device Aug. 2 in Qole Gerdsar, Afghanistan.
He was a member of the Mississippi Army National Guard, and assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 20th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Jackson, Miss. He served for more than twenty years.
Granado was home last month and visited his family over the 4th of July holiday. There is no doubt of the family’s pride of one of their own. His nephew Johnny was quoted, “Were real proud of him, he was one of the bravest men I knew. I always looked up to him you have to look up to somebody like that.”
This video is a tribute in his honor. His interment services were held Aug. 10, 2009 in Tatum, TX. Crowds of people began arriving shortly before 5:00 pm. Many came equipped with umbrellas to help endure the 101˚ heat index. Whiles others came waving small American flags.
Once the procession, escorted by the PGR of North Texas, arrived approximately 600 people had gathered to bid a farewell to fallen American Hero. Army representatives from Ft. Bragg performed a military funeral with precision and flawless execution. Church bells and a Texas size bell rang out in honor of Granado. He was given a three round volley salute and a bugler played TAPS. Four flags were presented to his family.
In the end, the family said their final goodbyes, as a small group of singers accompanied by a guitar, performed several Spanish Christian Hymns to help console the grief stricken. After mourners offered words of sympathy to the family they began to file out of the cemetery.
Seven Spanish Angels
By: Ray Charles
Special thanks to:
Patriot Guard Riders of East Texas
David – Liberty Bell Ringer
Views:105|Rating:0.00|View Time:34Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 Open Air concert on the Green Space! Bring your own chairs and or Blankets (no coolers). There will be food vendors at the concert. Two Opening Bands “Jacob Daniel” and “Ten Seven”. Gates Open at 3pm, 1st Band performs at 4pm with the Main Event Michael W. Smith to follow.
Views:8201|Rating:4.60|View Time:14:17Minutes|Likes:57|Dislikes:5 This is a clip of bro. Peary Green Pastor of the Tucson Tabernacle explaining his viewing of the so called supernatural light taken of Joseph Coleman in South Africa in the 70’s. William Branham prophet to our age said: 52 Today there is so much based upon intellectual. There’s so much based in Pentecostal, upon fantastics, upon emotions. Now, don’t take a substitute when Pentecostal skies are loaded with the real thing. Don’t take some little emotions, some little work up, some little oil falling from your hands, or a bloody face, don’t take these little emotions when the whole skies of God is full of real genuine Pentecostal blessings. He will give you a new heart, a new spirit, and put His Spirit in you.
57-0113 – What Does It Take To Make A Christian Life?
Rev. William Marrion Branham……
Views:3066|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:10Minutes|Likes:10|Dislikes:0 It’s easy to see why the Green Valley Ranch Beer Garden in Denver is the Best bar around. With tons of local brews, games like Bocci, Croquet, Giant Jenga and more. The Beer Garden Green Valley Ranch is the area’s favorite, with great staff and close to DIA, it’s a sure stop on your Beer tour.
Celebrating Colorado’s craft beer culture, the Green Valley Ranch Beer Garden is nestled in its very own park with more than 7,500 square feet of outdoor garden area, vast open-air seating, an inviting covered pavilion and a large game area complete with Bocce Ball and Croquet. The communal Oktoberfest-style picnic tables that collectively can accommodate up to 400 guests, foster an environment of community and conviviality.
The Garden offers a thoughtful draft and bottled beer selection with a focus on Colorado and handcrafted brews. The GVR Beer Garden also serves up your favorite casual fare with locally-made gourmet brats & sausages, freshly-baked pretzels, house-ground burgers, hand-cut fries and chef-created salads.
Best Bar Denver
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Views:545|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:30Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:0 These are the internal elevators at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI. These are also Otis. These elevators go down to the hall of fame only. All the other floors are locked as well. Still a nice elevator.
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Views:146|Rating:5.00|View Time:31:11Minutes|Likes:6|Dislikes:0 This is a radio promo of an all acoustic live performance recorded at Petrolueum Museum in Seattle, Washington on August 1st 2001. It’s Green Day talking to a guy in front of an audience taking questions while playing a couple of songs in between.
Setlist with runtimes below!
1. Church On Sunday 01:52
2. Waiting 05:35
3. Like a Rat Does Cheese 12:42
4. Dominated Love Slave 14:11
5. Blood, Sex & Booze 21:39
6. Macy’s Day Parade 25:22
Views:8144|Rating:4.00|View Time:7:48Minutes|Likes:24|Dislikes:6 In this video, I head down to Bowling Green, OH where I view the downtown area as well as the central park about a quarter of a mile northwest of the SR 25 and SR 64 intersection. This video was filmed on October 22, 2011. Bowling Green is the next city south of Toledo along I-75 (technically Perrysburg, OH is in between). Although not shown in this video, Bowling Green is also home of the Bowling Green State University.
Correction: The “church tower” mentioned almost halfway in the video is actually the top of the Wood County Courthouse, one place I wish I would have covered in the video.
Fun Fact: Bowling Green defeated Temple 13-10 in their football game that day. Kickoff was about a couple hours after I left the area.
Views:1905|Rating:4.17|View Time:31Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:1 The Reverend Al Green still sounds amazing at his church. June 12, 2016 service in Memphis. If you visit Memphis you must go to this service off the beatin’ path. No tourists. Something I won’t forget!
Views:503|Rating:0.00|View Time:1:39Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:1 When the Aroostook Centre Mall in Presque Isle determined that its energy technology was obsolete and more importantly, uneconomical, it looked to Mechanical Services to help.
The mall conducted an energy audit and found it was using an excessive amount of electricity to heat and air condition its vast retail space. One of the first solutions was to upgrade to a more efficient propane heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit and recycle the old electric-fired 20-ton units.
Its the first step to a greener mall says General Manager Patti Crook. See the full report from WAGM-TV 8.
Views:248|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:59Minutes|Likes:10|Dislikes:0 Evangelist Lynn Windom Welch, Bible Way Church Of God In Christ. Twinkie Clark Music workshop; choral director, Dr. Bobby King; circa 1979