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Published: 11/8/2012 - Updated: 1 year ago


Ft. Meigs Veterans Day Assembly and Breakfast

Thursday Nov. 8, 2012, Ft. Meigs Elementary School hosted a Veterans Day Assembly and provided breakfast for veterans and their families to honor those who have served. Veterans Day is November 11. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE, START SLIDESHOW

Jeff Heathcote, of Elyria, right, takes a look at the picture his grandson, Isaiah, 7, was drawing after breakfast Thursday morning during Ft. Meigs Elementary School's Veterans Day Assembly. The school puts on a breakfast for veterans and their families along with the assembly each year to honor those who have served. Veterans Day is November 11. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jeff Heathcote, of Elyria, right, takes a look at the picture his grandson, Isaiah, 7, was drawing after breakfast Thursday ...
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Spc. Briania Klocinski, of Perrysburg, center, laughs as her son, Branden, 7, hands over a doll with his picture during Ft. Meigs Elementary School's Veterans Day breakfast. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Spc. Briania Klocinski, of Perrysburg, center, laughs as her son, Branden, 7, hands over a doll with his picture during ...
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Douglas Pratt, center, talks with other veterans. Pratt, a veteran of the Korean conflict, joined dozens of other service members and their families at the assembly. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Douglas Pratt, center, talks with other veterans. Pratt, a veteran of the Korean conflict, joined dozens of other service members ...
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John Parrish, 82, of Perrysburg, wore some of his regalia. Parrish, a Korean War veteran, joined dozens of other veterans and their families at the assembly. Enlarge | Buy This Photo John Parrish, 82, of Perrysburg, wore some of his regalia. Parrish, a Korean War veteran, joined dozens of other veterans ...
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The 124th Marine Corps Weapons Company Color Guard readied themselves before presenting the colors. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The 124th Marine Corps Weapons Company Color Guard readied themselves before presenting the colors.
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Ryan Brancheau, 9, played the piano while his fellow fourth grade students sang the National Anthem. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ryan Brancheau, 9, played the piano while his fellow fourth grade students sang the National Anthem.
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Second grade student Ashley Strayer, 7, right, joined her classmates in saying the Pledge of Allegiance. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Second grade student Ashley Strayer, 7, right, joined her classmates in saying the Pledge of Allegiance.
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Drew Paule, 10, left, Mia Schmittenberg, 10, center, and Andrew Harantha, 11, right, waited to read patriotic essays they had written for the fifth grade Exchange Club. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Drew Paule, 10, left, Mia Schmittenberg, 10, center, and Andrew Harantha, 11, right, waited to read patriotic essays they had ...
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Elizabeth Diaz, third from left, joined her fellow fourth grade students in singing, Enlarge | Buy This Photo Elizabeth Diaz, third from left, joined her fellow fourth grade students in singing, "21 Guns." The students sang a ...
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Olivia Cardell, 11, reads her essay on patriotism. Cardell's father, Sgt. Arthur Mora, was killed serving in Iraq. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Olivia Cardell, 11, reads her essay on patriotism. Cardell's father, Sgt. Arthur Mora, was killed serving in Iraq.
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