6-year-old sells wreaths to honor fallen soldiers in Houston

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A 6-year-old Houston-area boy is one of the most patriotic kids in Texas.

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Kindergartener Trace Looper sells wreaths for Wreaths Across America. The group places wreathes at the graves of fallen soldiers at more than 1,600 locations. Individuals pay $15 to sponsor one wreath, $30 to sponsor two, and so on.

You can sponsor a wreath here.

Trace also attended the dedication of the Service Dog Memorial in northwest Houston. At the event, he gave former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell and Representative Dan Crenshaw a challenge coin.

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