The event will feature special guests, including Mayor S.H. “Steve” Sucher of Gonzales.
SAN ANTONIO — A ceremony at the Alamo Wednesday will mark the anniversary of the battle and the heroism of the “Immortal 32.”
On March 1, 1836, 32 men from Gonzales, Texas, rode through enemy lines to join the Texas garrison at the Alamo. They were answering a plea for help from William Barret Travis. This event is celebrated each year with a special remembrance.
The event will feature special guests, including Mayor S.H. “Steve” Sucher of Gonzales, who will provide a heartfelt address, and the Gonzales Crystal Theatre’s The Young Texians, who will perform patriotic songs in honor of the brave men who fought and died at the Alamo.
The event Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Alamo Plaza is free and open to the public and will be livestreamed within this article.
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