Border Patrol Continues To Play An Active Role In Local Communities

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Texas Border Business

EDINBURG, Texas — Last week, Border Patrol agents attended community events throughout the Rio Grande Valley.

On April 11, the Cameron County District Attorney’s Office invited Brownsville Border Patrol Station’s Border Community Liaison Unit to participate in the 2019 Crime Victims’ Exposition.  Border Patrol Chaplain Daniel Martinez read the invocation commencing the exposition, while ATV’s, riverine units, and Border Patrol vehicles were on display.  Agents facilitate games and activities for the “Junior Border Patrol Agents” in attendance.

On Saturday, the Brownsville Border Patrol Explorer Post 2966 performed in community service near the Fort Brown Golf Course.  Explorers cleared the trail that leads from the golf course to the Fort Brown Monument of debris in order to beautify the area and showcase the serene environment.


This Tuesday, the Kingsville Border Patrol Station’s Border Community Liaison Unit attended the 10th Annual “Hoggie Hunt” at Texas A&M Kingsville University.  At the event, parents and children participated in an Easter egg hunt where they discovered hidden candies and prizes.  Border Patrol agents led the youth in games at the event, allowing the children to play and win even more candies and prizes.

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