CBI students create magnets for Honor Flight Columbus veterans


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Pictured are, front row, Aaron Goodwillie, Chase Hill, Talan Floyd, Sydney Maris, Jade Brey-Salyers, Caleb Bowers, Jake Ward. Back row pictured are Meredith Herzog, and Mason Posani

Pictured are, front row, Aaron Goodwillie, Chase Hill, Talan Floyd, Sydney Maris, Jade Brey-Salyers, Caleb Bowers, Jake Ward. Back row pictured are Meredith Herzog, and Mason Posani


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MARYSVILLE – Every year, Honor Flight Columbus flies WWII and Korean War veterans to Washington D.C. to visit the memorials dedicated to their service.

This year, the Career Based Intervention program at Bunsold Middle School wanted to make the Honor Flight trips extra special and decided to make magnets for the veterans participating in Honor Flight Columbus in 2016. The magnets were created to honor the servicemen and provide them a small remembrance of the trip.

Honor Flight anticipates flying about 500 veterans to Washington D.C. during six flights this year.

The magnets are one of many ways the Bunsold Middle School CBI students make a difference in the community. The CBI program is an Ohio Hi-Point Career Center satellite program that focuses on employability skills, career exploration, work-based learning, and academic learning. Amy Wagner is the instructor.

Pictured are, front row, Aaron Goodwillie, Chase Hill, Talan Floyd, Sydney Maris, Jade Brey-Salyers, Caleb Bowers, Jake Ward. Back row pictured are Meredith Herzog, and Mason Posani
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/03/web1_OHP-Marysville.jpgPictured are, front row, Aaron Goodwillie, Chase Hill, Talan Floyd, Sydney Maris, Jade Brey-Salyers, Caleb Bowers, Jake Ward. Back row pictured are Meredith Herzog, and Mason Posani Courtesy photo

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