Hello, from Northern Alaska! We've had a busy past two days on the Alaska Super Bowl Tour visiting two bases and one station.
Titans cheerleader Anne P. continued her tour in Alaska, visiting U.S. military servicemen and women during Super Bowl week.
On Thursday, I had the opportunity to travel to an Air Force Station for the first time! Our adventures took us to Clear Air Force Station near Anderson, Alaska, where our U.S. servicemen are tasked with enemy protection. Being a big history lover, I was in awe listening to the history and current responsibilities of this station.
The evening stop for Thursday took us to the NAHL Fairbanks Ice Dogs hockey game. We had a blast meeting the local community, and I had the chance to bring some Nashville love to the area when I was interviewed by a local sports radio station at the game!
Friday's lineup didn't involve much travel as we visited with the families on the base we are staying - Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks. From playing "Simon Says" with Kindergartners to teaching a Cheer Clinic to high schoolers on base, it was a true pleasure to give the families of the troops a day filled with many smiles and laughter!
Goodbye from Alaska...for now! Rumor has it we are heading to the North Pole tomorrow...