Ceremony will honor Eustis veterans who gave their lives for country
Members of the Eustis High School National Honor Society, National Beta Club,
Student Government, Air Force JROTC and others will gather for a ceremony to
pay tribute to former Eustis residents who paid the ultimate price in defense
of our country.
ceremony, planned for 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, will be held in the school
courtyard around the flagpole.
include veterans dating back as far as World War I. A marble plaque for each
war or conflict will be added to the exiting memorial on campus. Another plaque
will be added for all who have served in each branch of the U.S. military.
strongly doubt the list is complete, we have endeavored for months to gather as
many names as possible via social media, school records and the press,” said
Don Snyder, advisor for the National Honor Society and National Beta Club at
Eustis High. “We have made arrangements to add names in the future should we
learn of any fallen heroes by adding blank plaques so the names can be inscribed
at a later date.”
guests include local and national dignitaries and family members of the
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