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<li><a href="http://www.huachuca.army.mil/site/Visitor/index.asp">Visit Fort Huachuca</a></li>
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<h3 class="dark">Community Programs and Services</h3>
<h4>Discounted Concert Tickets</h4>
<p>To show support and appreciation to the military community living in and around Fort Huachuca, the Sierra Vista Symphony has a program that provides complimentary tickets to Soldiers for concert performances at the Buena High School Performing Arts Center. Location is Sierra Vista, Arizona.</p>

<h4>Elks Troop Support</h4>
<p>Since October 2007, members of the Sierra Vista Elks Lodge #2065 Ladies Auxiliary make neck coolers and helmet liners as part of their Troop Support Project. 250 neck coolers were delivered to Soldiers from Fort Huachuca's 40th Signal Battalion with one company serving in Iraq and one company in Afghanistan. Their group has approximately 400 additional neck coolers in various stages of completion. The Troop Support Project also has completed 48 hand-knit helmet liners.</p>

<h4>Free NASCAR Tickets</h4>
<p>Phoenix International Raceway donates tickets to the Subway Fresh 500 NASCAR race in April to show its appreciation to Soldiers and Families residing within the Fort Huachuca military reservation and surrounding civilian communities.</p>

<h4>Free Cars and Oil Changes</h4>
<p>Lawley Automotive Center provides a free car to the Civilian of the Month each month and also provides free oil changes to Soldiers and families of deployed Soldiers periodically throughout the year.</p>

<h4>Military Affairs Committee</h4>
<p>The Sierra Vista Chamber of Commerce's Military Affairs Committee works with local business and service organizations to recognize the Soldier and Civilian of the Month at their monthly luncheon. The awardees are presented with numerous gifts from the community, including gift certificates and tokens of appreciation from local merchants.</p>

<h4>Support to Funeral Processions</h4>
<p>Members of the Patriot Guard and American Legion Rider support funeral processions and memorial services by flying the colors from their motorcycles and then having their members stand with the colors at the services. They provide this honor guard with the family's permission.</p>

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