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Soda Creek Elementary honors veterans

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Veteran Jim Stanko salutes the flag Wednesday afternoon while watching a special Veterans Day performance at Soda Creek Elementary School and holding his hand over his heart during the playing of the national anthem. The show featured songs, history and recognized local veterans for their service in the United States military. Veterans Day is Sunday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Former U.S, Marine John Long introduces himself to the crowd Wednesday afternoon at Soda Creek Elementary School. The fifth-graders at the school performed a special Veterans Day performance and invited the local veterans to come out so they could be recognized. Photo by John F. Russell

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A veteran in the crowd who came out to watch a special Veterans Day performance Wednesday afternoon holds at Soda Creek Elementary School holds his hand over his heart during the playing of the national anthem. The show featured songs, history and recognized local veterans for their service in the United States military. Veterans Day is Sunday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Fifth-grader James Bogann sings to the crowd at a special Veterans Day performance Wednesday afternoon at Soda Creek Elementary School. The show featured songs, history and recognized local veterans for their service in the United States military. Veterans Day is Sunday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Fifth-grader Julia McCarthy speaks to the crowd that came out to watch a special Veterans Day performance Wednesday afternoon at Soda Creek Elementary School. The show featured songs, history and recognized local veterans for their service in the United States military. Veterans Day is Sunday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Veteran Cesare Rosati introduces himself to the crowd Wednesday afternoon at Soda Creek Elementary School. The fifth-graders at the school gave a special Veterans Day performance and invited local veterans to come out so they could be recognized. Photo by John F. Russell

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