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Community pauses to remember veterans

November 9, 2012

Photo by Joseph Bell – Local dignitaries, veterans and county officials gathered Thursday morning at Ridgway Area High School for a special Veterans Day program. Winners of the annual essay contest sponsored by the Ridgway VFW and the American Legion were, front row, from left to right, Shereden Waddell, Kirsten Woodford, and Caitlin Johnson.

Local dignitaries, veterans and county officials gathered Thursday morning at Ridgway Area High School for a special Veterans Day program.
Ralph Tettis, chief of the Ridgway Police Department, was emcee for the assembly and introduced various borough and county officials, in addition to state Representative Matt Gabler (R-Clearfield/Elk), and a large number of veterans and members of local servicemen burial detail groups.

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