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Young people “wouldn’t have their freedoms if it weren’t for the veterans.”
WHS Teen Leadership Corps class, FFA and student council coordinated the Veterans Day program.
Pictures of Monroeville Local Schools' Veterans Day program at the Monroeville Athletic Complex (MAC).
Monday, Nov. 11, 2019.
“It means freedom”
“Combat veteran” Kaleb Cashen said he “was able to cope” with his time in Afghanistan.
Edison High School students have put together a Veterans Day assembly.
At the Huron County Fair
“It’s kinda overwhelming that we are honored like this.”
Several Monroeville-area vets received Quilts of Honor.
Program will be at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 7 in the Robert L. Haas gymnasium.
Servicemen appreciate activities, recognition, free meal at the fair
Veterans answered questions about their time in the service during a five-person panel.
Entire student body pays tribute to veterans with a program Friday morning.
Entire student body attended first-ever Veterans Day program Wednesday morning at the Robert L. Haas Gymnasium.