East Penn Press

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Douglas M. McPeek, mobile communications leading chief petty officer, Coastal Riverine Squadron 8, Newport, R.I., talks about service during the Veterans Day program at Lower Macungie Middle School. Douglas M. McPeek, mobile communications leading chief petty officer, Coastal Riverine Squadron 8, Newport, R.I., talks about service during the Veterans Day program at Lower Macungie Middle School.
RIGHT: Superintendent of Schools Kristen Campbell speaks at the Lower Macungie Middle School Veterans Day program Nov. 9.PRESS PHOTOS BY SHARON SCHRANTZ RIGHT: Superintendent of Schools Kristen Campbell speaks at the Lower Macungie Middle School Veterans Day program Nov. 9.PRESS PHOTOS BY SHARON SCHRANTZ
FAR RIGHT: This truck is on display as guests enter Lower Macungie Middle School for the Veterans Day program. FAR RIGHT: This truck is on display as guests enter Lower Macungie Middle School for the Veterans Day program.
The Lower Macungie Middle School band performs patriotic songs during the program Nov. 9. The Lower Macungie Middle School band performs patriotic songs during the program Nov. 9.
PRESS PHOTO BY SHARON SCHRANTZThe Lower Macungie Middle School Cadence Choir sings during the Veterans Day program. Additional photos appear on Page A2. PRESS PHOTO BY SHARON SCHRANTZThe Lower Macungie Middle School Cadence Choir sings during the Veterans Day program. Additional photos appear on Page A2.

LOWER MACUNGIE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Thursday, November 15, 2018 by SHARON SCHRANTZ Special to The Press in School

Annual Veterans Day program honors military personnel

Lower Macungie Middle School held its annual Veterans Day program Nov. 9. Students and faculty wore red to honor deployed military personnel. The band and Cadence Choir performed and several students spoke.

East Penn School District Superintendent Kristen Campbell provided comments as well as the assistant principals.

Chief Petty Officer Douglas McPeek was the guest veteran speaker.