Thanks to the veterans


First Posted: 11/15/2009

Second-grade students at the Lehman-Jackson Elementary School held a Veterans Day program to honor area veterans. Students sang songs, recited poetry and presented veterans with gifts they made in their class.

AT RIGHT: Dylan Wesley has recites patriotic verses to second-graders and their parents during a Veterans Day program at Lehman-Jackson Elementary School.

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Veterans honored include Cliff Hontz, Ted Kaminski, Stephen M. Skovira, Beth Morio, John Grzymski, Robert Morris, Francis Chamberlain, Frank Mudlock, Dan Ryan, Warren Major, Walter Knorr, Albert Barcheski.

Also, John Kotz, Susan Yamelski, Robert Bowen, Dr. David Wood, John Raymond Sperl, Tom MacNeely, Kevin Daly, C.J. Ritts, John Dillon, James Trevethan and Herb Dreher.

Members of the second-grade class at the school include Olivia Anderson, Calvin Barto, Jonathan Berholtz, Zachary Healey, Natalie Knorr, Wyatt Lopasky, Morgan MacNeely, Matthew Maculloch, Alex Magdalinski, Madeline Newman, Autumn Savitski, Emma Simmonette, Otto Souder.

Also, Amy Supey, Christopher Traver, Dylan Wesley, Lily Wood, Lauren Chapple, Emma Dulin, matthew Galasso, Kayla Gliddon, Ethan Grzymski, Kaitlyn Gyle, Daniel Harrison, Ashley Hodgson, Casey Kaminski, Andrew Martin, Eryn McMonagle, Sean Sabaluski, Sarah Salus.

Also, Ryleigh Skovira, Leela Sorbelli, Logan Stambaugh, Austin Wallace, Chloe Weaver, Robert Williams, Gregry Albertson, Alana Antonello, Andrew Battin, Madison Chulick, Jason Eiden, Mikayla Ferraro, Klaudia Gocek, Reginald Grayek, Justin James, Matthew Kubasti, Mackenzie Lasinski, Matthew Major.

Also, Brandon Milewski, Bryan Morio, Sarah Orbin, Abigail Paczewski, Kyle Sincavage, Emily Smith, Adasia Thomas, Samantha Aben, Madeline Aloi, Seanna Ashton, Michael Company, Fionuala Daly, Anna DelPino, Nicholas Feger, Diane Harris, Nathan Hoover, Heather Jones, Alyssa Kapsick, Bailey Karcheski, Cherokee May, Jessica Parry, Nathan Salus, Brandon Wilhelm and James Yamelski.

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