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American Legion honors students going to service academies

Fayette County Post 105 of The American Legion has a long running program to recognize all graduating seniors from our county schools that have received appointments to the five military academies. Five recent graduates attended the May meeting of Post 105 and were honored for their selection as appointees as they prepare to depart soon for their respective academies.  Attending from McIntosh were Tim Sullivan, United States Naval Academy; Carl Eifert, United States Air Force Academy; Jacob Fountain, United States Military Academy at West Point; Libby Taylor, United States Air Force Academy and John Janigian, United States Military Academy at West Point . From Our Lady of Mercy was Tracy Daniels, United States Naval Academy. Photo/Special.

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Davids mom's picture

<cite>Any time we deny any citizen the full exercise of his constitutional rights, we are weakening our own claim to them. Eisenhower</cite>

CrimsonTide's picture

The Process continues!

Davids mom's picture

<cite>Any time we deny any citizen the full exercise of his constitutional rights, we are weakening our own claim to them. Eisenhower</cite>

Davids mom's picture

<cite>Any time we deny any citizen the full exercise of his constitutional rights, we are weakening our own claim to them. Eisenhower</cite>

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