MuskogeePhoenix.com, Muskogee, OK

Opinion

December 7, 2012

Thank you - 12.8.12

— The Braggs History Project (BHP) would like to sincerely thank everyone who participated in the joint Veterans Day ceremony with Braggs School; Ken Hayes, Kelly Rolland, Victor Williams, Senator Earl Garrison, Muskogee High School Jr. AF ROTC, Makayla Coen, Tina Haworth, Kristen Perry, Superintendent Mike Broyles, and Sheila Kizzia.

We not only honored our veterans who have served our country in war and in peace, but we officially dedicated the 20 new veterans bricks, and the "Braggs Veterans Memorial Highway.” The signs which honor all Braggs veterans are one-mile north and one-mile south of the Braggs city limits. We also thank everyone who came out to honor the veterans on that day.

Pat Isbell

Braggs History Project

Blue Star Mothers, Chapter 3 wishes to thank Dr. David G. Jones for his donations of candy collected during Halloween. His yearly quest of keep his patients cavity free is a blessing to others as well. These candies have been added to boxes headed for troops and children of Afghanistan. They will provide an additional touch of home and bring pleasure during this holiday season.

Liz Hanley

Secretary, Chapter 3

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