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February 19. 2013 5:15PM
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Honoring the fallen and paying homage to all brethren, a crowd gathered Sunday evening, Nov. 11 at a Veterans Day Memorial Service at Clarks Summit United Methodist Church.

The local VFW Post #7069 includes more than 1,000 members—approximately 250 lifetime.

The morning of Nov. 12, Post Commander Steuart J. Bailey, along with the Post color guard, presented a program at Clarks Summit Elementary School.

Commander Bailey then visited his daughter Jacklyn's second grade classroom where all three second grade classes heard the meaning of Veterans Day and the flag. Students were then presented with an American flag.

At Lackawanna Trail High School Nov. 9, Veterans Day was observed with services.


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