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Veterans Day tribute to living and fallen heroes

1:32 PM, Nov. 13, 2013  |  Comments
A display case at the front of De Pere Middle School promotes the theme of 'Never Forget' in paying tribute to the country's military veterans as the school held its 11th annual Veterans Day program Monday morning, Nov. 11. The school invited more than 40 veterans from the region to the event, which included class discussions and a ceremony. 'A true lineup of heroes,' described Parker Hansen, a De Pere Middle School social studies teacher and an organizer of the Veterans Day program. See page 3 for more coverage of the event.
A display case at the front of De Pere Middle School promotes the theme of 'Never Forget' in paying tribute to the country's military veterans as the school held its 11th annual Veterans Day program Monday morning, Nov. 11. The school invited more than 40 veterans from the region to the event, which included class discussions and a ceremony. 'A true lineup of heroes,' described Parker Hansen, a De Pere Middle School social studies teacher and an organizer of the Veterans Day program. See page 3 for more coverage of the event.
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