Charity & Events
On Saturday, March 22, Tomball Ford and Tomball Dodge presented checks to the Klein Oak High School Air Force ROTC Color Guard and Honor Flight Houston. $500 was given to the Klein Oak High School Air Force ROTC Color Guard and $1,000 to Honor Flight Houston.
The Klein Oak High School Air Force ROTC Color Guard is an award-winning assembly of cadets, which presents the nation's colors during the national anthem at events, as well as taking on other responsibilities. These cadets serve the community by marching in local parades, retiring American flags, and laying memorial wreaths on veterans' graves at the veterans' cemetery. Tomball Dodge and Tomball Ford want to contribute to support and build such young people.
Honor Flight Houston is a non-profit organization and a member of the Honor Flight Network, which was created to honor America's veterans. The Tomball Dodge and Tomball Ford contribution will help send a veteran to Washington, D.C., to allow them to view the World War II Memorial, as well as acknowledging the dealerships appreciation for their service.
Pictured above is the Color Guard, as well as Edd Harshbarger, Honor Flight Houston chairman; Tamara Ross, Tomball Ford; Cliff Currin, WWII veteran; and Andy Ferguson, WWII veteran.
VetSports Houston Softball Classic
Klein Education Foundation
Operation Warrior Reconnect
Goliath 5K Charity Obstacle Run
Hosted by Windwood Presbyterian Church
Fundraiser to support the charities of Tomball Ford and Tomball Dodge loyal customers. Resulting in over $2000.00 raised for charity