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The afternoon veterans panel included, left to right, Slater Chandler, James Mandeville and James McCrumb. Todd Courter took part in the morning panel.

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Morgan Peterson, above, reads her Voice of Democracy essay and Olivia Spady, below, reads her Patriot’s Pen essay.

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The fourth grade class also sang as part of the afternoon program.

Despite crowd restrictions, FBLA’s Veteran’s Day program held

Chase County Schools remembered Veteran’s Day Nov. 11 with a morning program for high school students and afternoon program for elementary students. FBLA advisor Sandy O’Neil said the programs ran smoothly, but felt it was different without veterans in the audience. “I was happy we were able to do the programs for the students to help them remember that there are a lot of people in this country who help provide the freedoms we all enjoy,” O’Neil said.


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