Lady’s Island Middle hosts Veterans Appreciation Ceremony

On Thursday, Nov. 6, Lady’s Island Middle School hosted its second annual Veterans Appreciation Ceremony.

Guests were given a warm welcome by students Edward Mcormick and Haven Washington. Nigeria Davila lead the school in the “Pledge of Allegiance”.  Student readings by Talor Maddox and Jacob Denton brought to mind the importance of LIMS-Vets Day1Veterans Day and what it means to them. The ceremony also had Retired Col. Robert White USAF as a guest speaker.  He talked to the students about the importance of remembering Veterans Day and perseverance.

A real treat for the day was to have the Parris Island Marine Corps Band perform. The band played the National Anthem and each of the service songs during the ceremony which allowed those who had served in each appropriate  service to stand and be recognized.

Lady’s Island Middle School would like to thank the following business for sponsoring this year’s Veterans Day Recognition ceremony: Buffalo Wild Wings; Bi-Lo Grocery Stores; Bud’s and Blooms Nursery.

Lady’s Island Middle School would also like to say thank you to the following organizations and individuals for attending as our honored guests: Sons of the American Revolution: Col. Charles and Mrs. Stockell (Ret), Jody Henson and Michael Keyserling; Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Colonel Beaudoin, USMC; Naval Hospital Beaufort: Captain Villalobos, USN; Ms. Shannon Erickson: South Carolina House of Representatives, District 124.

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