COMING SOON... JUNE 2020
The Ceremony will take place in the same space used to honor fallen hero and past student Ashley Henderson and will be led again by Nancy Gartenberg, Paul Popadiuk and Staff.
Robert Costello has a unique way of making you feel that you are in the presence of the 16th President.
A number of re-enactors and units will be present and in costume.
The Education Trailer is set to arrive at approx. 2:45pm and will be located near the MHS Front Entrance.
Navy Lt. Michael M. McGreevy, Jr., 30, of Portville, New York. Lt McGreevy died while conducting combat operations when the MH-47 helicopter that he was aboard crashed in the vicinity of Asadabad, Afghanistan in Kumar Province. He was assigned to SEAL Team Ten, Virginia Beach, Virginia. McGreevy was a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy who hailed from the small town of Portville, N.Y., population 4,000, where he was remembered as an outstanding student, athlete and "top-notch kid." Kevin Curran, principal of the town's high school where McGreevy graduated third in his class 12 years ago, said, "He made a huge impact on us, that we remember him this well." "He was a great athlete, great student, nice personality, and was so polite," added Linda Scott, a Portville guidance counselor. McGreevy, 30, who was married and the father of a 1-year-old child, was stationed in Virginia Beach, Va. Navy Lt Michael M. McGreevy, Jr. was killed in action on 06/28/05.
The 1-year-old child - Michael's daughter, is a student at MHS................. We're planning to include her and her mother, Michael's Mother, in the ceremony...
Morrill & Karen Worcester
The Patriot Award honors individuals who have exhibited dedication to and passion for the American ideals of freedom and democracy through their lives, words and actions...
The Adjutant General, New Jersey
Brigadier General Michael L. Cunniff is the former Adjutant General for New Jersey. He commanded more than 9,000 Soldiers and Airmen of the New Jersey Army and Air National Guard...
General Cunniff is a long-time Montgomery Township Resident.
MTPD and Active-Duty National Guard
Chris Jaeger talks about his experiences on personal security detail when he was a Sergeant First Class in Baghdad in the fall of 2008.
Marine Corps Veteran - Operation Iraqi Freedom and Social Studies Teacher at MHS.
In the fall of 1987, Artie Muller and Ray Manzo, two Vietnam veterans met to discuss their personal concerns about the POW/MIA's from the Vietnam War.
31 Years later - Today, Rolling Thunder Inc. is a formidable force - advocating for Our Prisoners Of War - Our Missing In Action - Supporting Our Veterans Of All Wars - Nationwide, Worldwide...
Proud Gold Star Parents of
SGT Kristie A. Roberts
November 14, 1984 - August 21, 2012
ROCKIE LYNNE HAS APPEARED NATIONALLY ON “GOOD MORNING AMERICA,” CMT, GAC, THE GRAND OLE OPRY “LIVE” AND FOX NEWS.
HIS DEBUT SINGLE, "LIPSTICK," SPENT AN IMPRESSIVE 10 CONSECUTIVE WEEKS IN THE #1 SLOT ON BILLBOARD’S COUNTRY SINGLES SALES CHART.
AS A VETERAN OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY, SINGER-SONGWRITER-PHILANTHROPIST ROCKIE LYNNE SPENDS MUCH OF HIS TIME SERVING THOSE BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN WHO SERVE.
AS THE FOUNDER OF THE NATIONAL CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION, TRIBUTE TO THE TROOPS, ROCKIE KNOWS FIRST HAND THE SACRIFICES MADE BY THOSE WHO WEAR THE UNIFORM.
HIS PATRIOTIC PROGRAM IS APTLY DUBBED, “FOR THE LOVE OF COUNTRY: A SALUTE TO WHAT MAKES AMERICA GREAT.”
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