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State and local officials unveil the first Interstate 14 signs to be installed along I-14/U.S. Highway 190 between Belton and Copperas Cove during a ceremony at the Central Texas College Anderson Campus Center.

25-mile segment of US 190 designated I-14 at ceremony


KILLEEN — The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce hosted joint ceremonies April 22 to officially unveil Interstate 14 signage and to celebrate the designation of the Fort Hood-Central Texas Region as a Great American Defense Community at the Central Texas College Anderson Campus Center.

State and joint officials officially unveiled the first Interstate 14 signs to be installed along the U.S. 190 corridor.

The 25-mile stretch from Copperas Cove east to Interstate 35 in Belton is the first segment to be designated Interstate 14.

"The I-14 corridor is an example for the rest of the country and I'm proud Texas is leading the way," said U.S. Senator John Cornyn in a pre-recorded message shown during the ceremony. "Not only will this designation help our military transfer essential goods, but it will also connect Families and economies across America. This 25-mile stretch is only the beginning."

The entire interstate will eventually reach east from El Paso to Savannah, Georgia, connecting Fort Bliss, Fort Hood and Fort Polk, Louisiana, to the Ports of Corpus Christi and Beaumont.


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The Army Emergency Relief is currently accepting donations during its annual campaign. AER is dedicated to "Helping the Army Take Care of its Own" in its annual fundraising campaign. For more information, call 288-6330, visit AERHQ.org or see your unit representative.

HOOD HERO CEREMONY

The Hood Hero Award Ceremony is set for 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. May 9 at Club Hood in the Grande Ballroom. Tickets are $12.25 per person and available from April 17-May 1. Participants must RSVP by May 1 by emailing
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Lunch will be provided at the ceremony.

SPOUSE APPRECIATION

Military Spouse Appreciation Day is set for 2-3 p.m. May 12 at Palmer Theater. Doors open at 1 p.m. and the event is open to all. Special guest speaker Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook CEO and best selling author, will talk about building resilience as individuals and communities and working together to create a more equal world. For more information, call 286-6600.

SPOUSE SYMPOSIUM

Registration is open for a Virtual Military Spouse Symposium, which is set for May 15-18. The four-day virtual symposium will feature more than 20 sessions in career counseling, tools, of the trade, wellness, corporate and ecpertise from the field. To register, go to Virtual Military Spouse Symposium

LIFEGUARD CLASSES

American Red Cross lifeguard certification classes have begun on Fort Hood at Abrams Indoor Pool. The classes are taught through Fort Hood Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation and cost $150. Upcoming class sessions are:
• May 5-10
• June 5-9
For more information, call 287-4648 or 285-5942.

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