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Central City honors Veterans

CENTRAL CITY (KWWL) - Central City Community Schools will honor Veterans on Wednesday November 11th during an all school assembly in the New Gym at 10:00 AM. 

The assembly will include music presentations by the vocal and insturmental music department, readings from the Student Council, and a message from Bret Himes.  Himes served in Iraq and has started a program with the Central City FFA to send supplies to families in Iraq.  

The program, Building Freedom is one example of reaching out to the people of Iraq and helping them build their communities.  Veterans from the local American Legion chapter are invited to attend this assembly to thank them for their service. 

 

Online Producer: Maria Magner

 

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