DRIPPING SPRINGS (KXAN) - Dripping Springs residents showed up in full force Saturday, armed with shovels and gloves, and ready to go.
The mission was to fully landscape the home for SPC Justin Perez-Gorda.
The home was built through the Homes for our Troops program, an organization that builds homes for disabled vets.
Perez-Gorda was injured by an IED while serving his first tour in Afghanistan. He moved into the home May 30th.
This is the second time the Dripping community has organized a day to help Perez-Gorda. Nearly one hundred people showed up.
Sub-freezing temperatures and an approaching upper level disturbance could combine to produce some patchy freezing drizzle or sleet Saturday and early Sunday morning.
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Sub-freezing temperatures will continue across much of Central Texas all day Saturday. A second disturbance associated with the winter storm that slammed Texas Thursday and Friday could lead to more freezing precipitation Saturday and …