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Published: 12/20/2013


Students honor fallen servicemen

Student from five high schools were on hand Friday, Dec. 20, 2013, at Scott High School to share the eulogies they had written about the more than 60 local servicemen who did not return from Word War II. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

John Kennedy, 18, a student at Start High School, left, talked with Joe Boyle, right, after presenting his biography of a service member killed in World War II. Enlarge | Buy This Photo John Kennedy, 18, a student at Start High School, left, talked with Joe Boyle, right, after presenting his biography of ...
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Samuel Fields, 17, presented a biography of a local service member killed in World War II. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Samuel Fields, 17, presented a biography of a local service member killed in World War II.
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Jacoya Warren, 18, a student at Rogers High School, left, thanked members of the armed forces after presenting her biography of a local serviceman killed in World War II. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jacoya Warren, 18, a student at Rogers High School, left, thanked members of the armed forces after presenting her biography ...
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Ciarra Borer, 17, a student at Rogers High School, reads her biography of Bernard Borer, who was killed on July 13, 1944, while serving in Normandy, France, during World War II. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ciarra Borer, 17, a student at Rogers High School, reads her biography of Bernard Borer, who was killed on July ...
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Rachel Moore, 17, a student at Start High School, read her biography of Scott High School alumnus Sgt. Thomas Bernath, who was killed on April 26, 1944 while serving in World War II. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Rachel Moore, 17, a student at Start High School, read her biography of Scott High School alumnus Sgt. Thomas Bernath,...
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Derek Corey-Goodman, a student at Start High School, left, talked with Joe Boyle, right, after presenting his biography of a service member killed in World War II. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Derek Corey-Goodman, a student at Start High School, left, talked with Joe Boyle, right, after presenting his biography of ...
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