Archive for Saturday, April 14, 2012

Photos: Basehor veterans give back to fifth-graders

Basehor Intermediate School fifth-grader Jake Ulreich serves drinks to Amy Donnelly of Basehor and her daughter Jenna, an eighth-grader at Basehor-Linwood Middle School, at the Basehor VFW Post on Friday, April 13. Donnelly's son Dylan, also in fifth grade at BIS, was also helping serve diners during the post's spaghetti fundraiser for BIS fifth-graders' Wreaths Across America projects. Dylan comes regularly to the post's twice-a-month breakfasts, Amy said. "He loves to come down here," she said.

Basehor Intermediate School fifth-grader Jake Ulreich serves drinks to Amy Donnelly of Basehor and her daughter Jenna, an eighth-grader at Basehor-Linwood Middle School, at the Basehor VFW Post on Friday, April 13. Donnelly's son Dylan, also in fifth grade at BIS, was also helping serve diners during the post's spaghetti fundraiser for BIS fifth-graders' Wreaths Across America projects. Dylan comes regularly to the post's twice-a-month breakfasts, Amy said. "He loves to come down here," she said.

April 14, 2012

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Basehor Intermediate School fifth-grader Jake Ulreich serves drinks to Amy Donnelly of Basehor and her daughter Jenna, an eighth-grader at Basehor-Linwood Middle School, at the Basehor VFW Post on Friday, April 13. Donnelly's son Dylan, also in fifth grade at BIS, was also helping serve diners during the post's spaghetti fundraiser for BIS fifth-graders' Wreaths Across America projects. Dylan comes regularly to the post's twice-a-month breakfasts, Amy said. "He loves to come down here," she said.

Wreaths Across America fundraiser at the Basehor VFW Post

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With a spaghetti dinner on Friday, April 13, the Basehor VFW Post raised money for Basehor Intermediate School fifth-graders' effort to place wreaths on veterans' graves at Leavenworth National Cemetery each December.

A few of the fifth-graders volunteered at the event, providing service to diners, and Basehor Mayor David Breuer stopped by to proclaim March 30 as Welcome Home, Vietnam Veterans Day in Basehor, joined by Vietnam veterans present at the event.

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