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Published: 11/15/2013


Sylvania students honor veterans

Sylvania's Stranahan Elementary held a Veterans' Day assembly Friday, Nov. 15, 2013. Children created decorations and medals to hang on the walls and thank those who served the United States through the military. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Members of the 180th Fighter Wing present the The Colors during a Veteran's Day assembly. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Members of the 180th Fighter Wing present the The Colors during a Veteran's Day assembly.
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Medals made by students line the wall at Stranahan Elementary to honor veterans. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Medals made by students line the wall at Stranahan Elementary to honor veterans.
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Principal Jeremy Bauer plays guitar and sings during the assembly. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Principal Jeremy Bauer plays guitar and sings during the assembly.
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A grade-schooler wears red, white, and blue ribbons in her hair during a Veteran's Day assembly at Stranahan Elementary in Sylvania. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A grade-schooler wears red, white, and blue ribbons in her hair during a Veteran's Day assembly at Stranahan Elementary ...
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Army veteran Sgt. Justin Kuehnle is escorted by members of the 180th Fighter Wing during a Veteran's Day assembly. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Army veteran Sgt. Justin Kuehnle is escorted by members of the 180th Fighter Wing during a Veteran's Day assembly.
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Principal Jeremy Bauer presents Army veteran Sgt. Justin Kuehnle a flag that was flown over the Capitol building in Washington. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Principal Jeremy Bauer presents Army veteran Sgt. Justin Kuehnle a flag that was flown over the Capitol building in Washington....
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Student-made decorations show respect and love for military veterans. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Student-made decorations show respect and love for military veterans.
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Kindergarten students Alivia Kuehnle, 5, left, and Brooklyn Marrows retire their classroom's flag during a Veteran's Day assembly. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Kindergarten students Alivia Kuehnle, 5, left, and Brooklyn Marrows retire their classroom's flag during a Veteran's Day assembly....
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New American flags were handed out to students during the assembly. Enlarge | Buy This Photo New American flags were handed out to students during the assembly.
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Second-grader Andy Davis, 7, waves to his classmates. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Second-grader Andy Davis, 7, waves to his classmates.
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Decorations lined the wall during a Veteran's Day assembly. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Decorations lined the wall during a Veteran's Day assembly.
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