Honoring Those Who’ve Served

Published: September 10, 2014
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“Heart for Heroes” at York (Pa.) County School of Technology honored men and women who have served in the U.S. armed forces. Students Susana Marte, who has enlisted in the Air Force, Anisa Diaczun and Kaitlyn Lunger developed and presented the event, which included appearances by the honor guard of the school’s protective services program and by the Kiltie Band of York (above, right). Teacher Travis Landis also recounted his experiences as an Army sergeant serving in Iraq. YCST-Medal

Veterans who attended the event also received thank-you coins (right) made by the school’s metal fabrication class. 

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