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 Andrew Delong poses with his grandparents and veterans Penny and Jim Templeton, from Quakertown, during Harry S Truman's Veterans Day celebration assembly. Both served in the U.S. Air Force and are currently retired. Andrew Delong poses with his grandparents and veterans Penny and Jim Templeton, from Quakertown, during Harry S Truman's Veterans Day celebration assembly. Both served in the U.S. Air Force and are currently retired.
Keely Klucar, Dylan Moyer, Felicity Koch, Noah Kichline, Sarah Staack and Anthony To greet visitors to the school for the program honoring veterans. Students created poppy seed flowers to hand to the veterans in the audience, thanking them for their service to our country. Keely Klucar, Dylan Moyer, Felicity Koch, Noah Kichline, Sarah Staack and Anthony To greet visitors to the school for the program honoring veterans. Students created poppy seed flowers to hand to the veterans in the audience, thanking them for their service to our country.
Dylan Columbo, Elana Soto, Khyra Heiney, Bethany Hnatow, Connor Christman and Matt Staack pose with Air Force Airman 1st Class Erin Herbert and Lance Corporal Andrew Heckman, United States Marine Corps. Dylan Columbo, Elana Soto, Khyra Heiney, Bethany Hnatow, Connor Christman and Matt Staack pose with Air Force Airman 1st Class Erin Herbert and Lance Corporal Andrew Heckman, United States Marine Corps.
Shelly, Janice, Paul and Melena Koutch attend the Veterans Day assembly. Paul Koutch served in the Marine Corps for 13 1/2 years, three of which were spent in Vietnam. Shelly, Janice, Paul and Melena Koutch attend the Veterans Day assembly. Paul Koutch served in the Marine Corps for 13 1/2 years, three of which were spent in Vietnam.
Madison Heck stands with uncle Marine Nolan Beers, of Fountain Hill, during Harry S Truman's celebration for veterans. Each grade level created a presentation with their way to honor those who have served our country, both presently and in the past. Madison Heck stands with uncle Marine Nolan Beers, of Fountain Hill, during Harry S Truman's celebration for veterans. Each grade level created a presentation with their way to honor those who have served our country, both presently and in the past.

Harry S Truman Elementary School welcomes veterans

Wednesday, November 21, 2012 by The Press in Local News

PRESS PHOTOS BY EMILY THIEL

Harry S Truman Elementary School holds annual veterans program