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Lower Macungie Middle School students salute veterans in annual school assembly Nov. 11

Lower Macungie Middle School students saluted veterans in the annual Veterans Day assembly at the school, 6299 Lower Macungie Road, Nov. 11. RIGHT: Members of the Lower Macungie Middle School Cadence Choir perform at the Veterans Day assembly Nov. 11. Additional photos appear on Page A2. Press Photo by C. Richard Chartrand
Press Photos by C. Richard Chartrand Lower Macungie Middle School Principal Sallie Yencho addresses the audience at the Veterans Day program at the school.
Three eighth graders were selected to talk about the meaning of Veterans Day including Lyla Matelan who talks about her grandfather who received the Purple Heart during the Vietnam War.
Former East Penn School District student now 2nd Lt. Reilly Rudolph, U.S. Army, joins the assembly virtually from Hawaii.
The Lower Macungie Middle School band performs during the school assembly for Veterans Day Nov. 11.
Chuck Jackson and Janet Hunt, left, from Macungie VFW 9264 present essay awards to students Chris Stone, who earned first place honors, Ivan Felegy, who earned second place and Melodi Kell, who earned third place.
LMMS student Chris Stone reads his first place essay to the audience.
LMMS student McKenna Guzick addresses the assembly.
Veterans wear flowers presented by members of the Cadence Choir.
Jack Reichert is one of three eighth graders selected to speak at the Veterans Day assembly at Lower Macungie Middle School.
The program ends with the playing of taps by Lily Nero, pictured and echoed by Jackson Iyengar.