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Civil Air Patrol Take Flights At The Red Brick School

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Taking part in a Civil Air Patrol swearing in ceremony at the Red Brick School in rural Hecker are, left to right, first row, Colonel Oeth, State Rep. Nathan Reitz, State Senator Paul Schimpf, Ronnie White and Monroe County Commissioner Vickie Koerber; and second row, Dr. Gabrielle Schwemmer, Col. Dandridge, newly-sworn in student Sean Edwards (Sparta), Mason Pritchard (Chester), Rylan Delay (Chester), Nickelljah W. Duffin (Waterloo) and Zachary Hornbostel, Sgt. Mathews and Kelton Davis, Monroe-Randolph Regional School Superintendent of Schools.   						                    - photos by Gage Wienhoff
Taking part in a Civil Air Patrol swearing in ceremony at the Red Brick School in rural Hecker are, left to right, first row, Colonel Oeth, State Rep. Nathan Reitz, State Senator Paul Schimpf, Ronnie White and Monroe County Commissioner Vickie Koerber; and second row, Dr. Gabrielle Schwemmer, Col. Dandridge, newly-sworn in student Sean Edwards (Sparta), Mason Pritchard (Chester), Rylan Delay (Chester), Nickelljah W. Duffin (Waterloo) and Zachary Hornbostel, Sgt. Mathews and Kelton Davis, Monroe-Randolph Regional School Superintendent of Schools. - photos by Gage Wienhoff

On September 11, five students from Monroe and Randolph counties took a big step forward – in service to themselves and their country. The students, who attend The Red Brick School, were pinned as official Civil Air Patrol cadets.  “The most touching moment was when one of the staff members turned to one of the …

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