WATCH: Ada-Borup Veteran’s Day Program Held Virtually
By Mark Askelson email@example.com (11/12/20)
The Ada-Borup School continued their tradition of hosting a Veteran’s Day Program, but did so yesterday without a live audience in attendance. The program was aired live on the radio on 106.5 KRJB and livestreamed online at www.yourliveevent.com. This allowed all Ada-Borup students, all of which were at home distance learning, to take in the program and learn about the significance of Veteran’s Day. Craig Larson, Vietnam War veteran and Commander of the Ada VFW 7557, spoke on the importance of Veteran’s Day and how even during socially distant times we can still show our support.
Alex Tuttle, an Ada-Borup alumni who served in the United State Marine Corp from 2009 to 2013, was the featured guest speaker during the program. Tuttle used his opportunity to speak to read one of the nation’s most important documents, the Declaration of Independence.
You can view the Ada-Borup Veteran’s Day Program it it’s entirety below: