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May 16, 2007

Troops-to-Teachers honored

Earlier Wednesday morning at least 17 members of the CNMI Troops-to-Teachers program were honored at the Legislature. Rep. Cinta Kaipat led the presentation. There were men and women that received the House Resolution plaques and you could see from their eyes the excitement and the exhilaration they felt when each of them was called to receive the plaque.

Most of them are still waiting for call of duty but all of them are taking college courses right now to be teachers in the future. The Public School System embraced them to work as teacher aides. Most of these soldiers came from deployment in Iraq.

These soldiers according to their director Geri Willis truly deserved the accolades from the CNMI Legislature.

Kudos to the program that cares.

The Reveler

1 comment:

BoReGo said...

Your picture is on the mallard pond!

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