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Wreaths Across America at Leavenworth National Cemetery

Basehor-area students, school staff, Cub Scouts and VFW Post members participated Saturday in the annual Wreaths Across America ceremony at Leavenworth National Cemetery, during which more than 800 memorial holiday wreaths were placed on veterans' headstones to honor their sacrifices. The ceremony takes place simultaneously with others across the country, including one at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.

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Members of the Kansas Society of the Sons of the American Revolution present colors during ...

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Lt. Col. Ronald Behm of the Civil Air Patrol New Century Composite Squadron speaks during ...

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Jace Friesen, a fifth-grader at Basehor Intermediate School, places a wreath on the grave of ...

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Delaney Friesen, a first-grader at Basehor Elementary School, receives a wreath from a Sons of ...

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Katelynn Keopke, a Basehor Elementary School first-grader, places a wreath on a veteran's headstone at ...

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Tom Steele (left) and Phil Jenkins, members of the Basehor VFW Post 11499, salute two ...

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Connor McEnerney, a Basehor Intermediate School fifth-grader, places a wreath on a veteran's headstone Saturday ...

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Diane Kirk (left), Basehor Intermediate School secretary, and Michelle Ablard, a fifth-grade teacher at BIS, ...

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More than 800 wreaths adorn veterans' graves at Leavenworth National Cemetery at the conclusion of ...

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