The school’s annual Veterans Day Observance will be November 7. Doors open at 9 a.m. and the program begins at 9:20 a.m.
This year’s service will focus on the deep history of the flag-folding ceremony.
Student Kaitlyn Martin has attended the veterans ceremony at KML in the past. “My favorite part of the service is when the veterans from each branch rise during the Armed Forces Medley,” she said. “Seeing those who served our country always fills me with immense gratitude. It’s really a special service that I am very thankful KML has.”
For those unable to attend the event will be live-streamed here.
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