Veterans visit Clinton-Massie High School


Several veterans from Wilmington’s American Legion Post 49 visited Clinton-Massie High School to proctor the Americanism and Government test. They also visited all three lunches to answer student questions about military service and their experiences. Pictured are veterans Greg Gray, Terry Kerr, Brady Stevens, and Bob Rich along with CMHS Principal Aaron Seewer.

Several veterans from Wilmington’s American Legion Post 49 visited Clinton-Massie High School to proctor the Americanism and Government test. They also visited all three lunches to answer student questions about military service and their experiences. Pictured are veterans Greg Gray, Terry Kerr, Brady Stevens, and Bob Rich along with CMHS Principal Aaron Seewer.


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Several veterans from Wilmington’s American Legion Post 49 visited Clinton-Massie High School to proctor the Americanism and Government test. They also visited all three lunches to answer student questions about military service and their experiences. Pictured are veterans Greg Gray, Terry Kerr, Brady Stevens, and Bob Rich along with CMHS Principal Aaron Seewer.

Several veterans from Wilmington’s American Legion Post 49 visited Clinton-Massie High School to proctor the Americanism and Government test. They also visited all three lunches to answer student questions about military service and their experiences. Pictured are veterans Greg Gray, Terry Kerr, Brady Stevens, and Bob Rich along with CMHS Principal Aaron Seewer.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/11/web1_vets_at_massie_c.jpgSeveral veterans from Wilmington’s American Legion Post 49 visited Clinton-Massie High School to proctor the Americanism and Government test. They also visited all three lunches to answer student questions about military service and their experiences. Pictured are veterans Greg Gray, Terry Kerr, Brady Stevens, and Bob Rich along with CMHS Principal Aaron Seewer. Submitted photo