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Farmington Patriotic Day

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A strong showing of support for veterans and active military was on display at Farmington Patriotic Day 2012 held November 1 at Farmington High School. The event is organized by a community based …

A strong showing of support for veterans and active military was on display at Farmington Patriotic Day 2012 held November 1 at Farmington High School. The event is organized by a community based committee and supported by numerous donations from area businesses and organizations.

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  • 1. FARMINGTON PATRIOTIC DAY November 1, 2012
  • 2. Andy Derner and Clyde Hanson work the grill withfellow Lions Club members including Superintendent Haugen.
  • 3. Serving lines included members of the School Board, City Council and business community leaders.
  • 4. Serving lines included members of the School Board, City Council and business community leaders.
  • 5. Featured speaker Wayne Uptagrafft shown with John Frank of the Patriotic Day Committee.
  • 6. Students Brad Dow and Anna Larson served as event Emcees.
  • 7. Erin Holmes led the FHS Concert Band in a series of patriotic songs.
  • 8. Farmington Mayor Todd Larson recognized veterans who were in attendance.
  • 9. A combined fourth-grade choir of all district students led a sing-a-long.
  • 10. FHS Television Production hard at work streaming the event live and sharing it on Cable Channel 10.
  • 11. Freshman Rebecca Opp read her winning essay in the Voice of Democracy. FHS Teacher Jon Holmes provided the introduction.
  • 12. The FHS Men’s Choir performed an emotional rendition of “Bring Him Home” from the musical “Les Miserables”
  • 13. Wayne Uptagrafft provided a detailed first-hand account of his experiences in the Korean War.
  • 14. The Christian Life School Peace Girls sang “Veterans of the USA”
  • 15. Superintendent Jay Haugen provided some closing remarks.
  • 16. Wayne Uptagrafft shown with Dr. Steven Geis, North Trail Principal and lead organizer of the Patriotic Day festivities.