Local schools honor veterans


Courtesy photos Evarts Elementary School held its annual Veterans Day celebration on Nov. 11. Principal Sherry Anglian opened the program with a heartfelt sentiment of gratitude for the veterans and their families. She thanked them for their service and dedication to our country. The EES PTO provided a catered dinner, T-shirt and hat to each veteran in appreciation of his/her service. All students attended the program; many of which provided songs, performances and handmade crafts for the veterans. The majority of veterans in attendance were relatives of the staff/students, making the event a personal and memorable one.


Harlan Elementary School recently held a program to honor veterans. The Harlan Honor Guard and several local veterans were celebrated with music, poems and activities throughout the school. The honor guard also demonstrated how to fold a flag.


To honor Veterans Day, the Harlan Honor Guard and the Harlan County High School Color Guard visited Green Hills Elementary School to demonstrate the folding of the flag and speak to students about the true meaning of a veteran. In return, kindergarten- through eighth-graders presented veterans with gifts, songs, poems, posters and notes


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Evarts Elementary School held its annual Veterans Day celebration on Nov. 11. Principal Sherry Anglian opened the program with a heartfelt sentiment of gratitude for the veterans and their families. She thanked them for their service and dedication to our country. The EES PTO provided a catered dinner, T-shirt and hat to each veteran in appreciation of his/her service. All students attended the program; many of which provided songs, performances and handmade crafts for the veterans. The majority of veterans in attendance were relatives of the staff/students, making the event a personal and memorable one.

Harlan Elementary School recently held a program to honor veterans. The Harlan Honor Guard and several local veterans were celebrated with music, poems and activities throughout the school. The honor guard also demonstrated how to fold a flag.

To honor Veterans Day, the Harlan Honor Guard and the Harlan County High School Color Guard visited Green Hills Elementary School to demonstrate the folding of the flag and speak to students about the true meaning of a veteran. In return, kindergarten- through eighth-graders presented veterans with gifts, songs, poems, posters and notes

Courtesy photos Evarts Elementary School held its annual Veterans Day celebration on Nov. 11. Principal Sherry Anglian opened the program with a heartfelt sentiment of gratitude for the veterans and their families. She thanked them for their service and dedication to our country. The EES PTO provided a catered dinner, T-shirt and hat to each veteran in appreciation of his/her service. All students attended the program; many of which provided songs, performances and handmade crafts for the veterans. The majority of veterans in attendance were relatives of the staff/students, making the event a personal and memorable one.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Evarts-vets.jpgCourtesy photos Evarts Elementary School held its annual Veterans Day celebration on Nov. 11. Principal Sherry Anglian opened the program with a heartfelt sentiment of gratitude for the veterans and their families. She thanked them for their service and dedication to our country. The EES PTO provided a catered dinner, T-shirt and hat to each veteran in appreciation of his/her service. All students attended the program; many of which provided songs, performances and handmade crafts for the veterans. The majority of veterans in attendance were relatives of the staff/students, making the event a personal and memorable one.

Harlan Elementary School recently held a program to honor veterans. The Harlan Honor Guard and several local veterans were celebrated with music, poems and activities throughout the school. The honor guard also demonstrated how to fold a flag.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Harlan-vets.jpgHarlan Elementary School recently held a program to honor veterans. The Harlan Honor Guard and several local veterans were celebrated with music, poems and activities throughout the school. The honor guard also demonstrated how to fold a flag.

To honor Veterans Day, the Harlan Honor Guard and the Harlan County High School Color Guard visited Green Hills Elementary School to demonstrate the folding of the flag and speak to students about the true meaning of a veteran. In return, kindergarten- through eighth-graders presented veterans with gifts, songs, poems, posters and notes
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Green-Hills-vets.jpgTo honor Veterans Day, the Harlan Honor Guard and the Harlan County High School Color Guard visited Green Hills Elementary School to demonstrate the folding of the flag and speak to students about the true meaning of a veteran. In return, kindergarten- through eighth-graders presented veterans with gifts, songs, poems, posters and notes
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