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5654883d6874aNebraska Governor Pete Ricketts poses with our guests of Honor, local Veterans from wars dating back to WWII, at the 2015 Veterans Day Program on Nov. 11.photo courtesy Nicole Burg

photo courtesy Nicole Burg

Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts poses with our guests of Honor, local Veterans from wars dating back to WWII, at the 2015 Veterans Day Program on Nov. 11.

2015 Veterans Day Assembly

Wahoo High & Bishop Neumann combine to honor those who fight for freedom

Freedom is never free, and the two Wahoo high schools recently joined forces to honor those who make the sacrifice to protect it.

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5654883d6874aLocal Veterans stand as the official songs of their respective military branches are played during the WHS/BNHS bands' performance of "Salute to America's Finest."photo courtesy Nicole Burg

photo courtesy Nicole Burg

Local Veterans stand as the official songs of their respective military branches are played during the WHS/BNHS bands' performance of "Salute to America's Finest."
Wahoo High School recently commemorated 2015 Veterans Day on Wednesday, November 11 in a joint assembly with Bishop Neumann High School. The annual program, held in the Performance-Learning Center, was sponsored by Wahoo High School Student Council.
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5654883d6874aNebraska Governor Pete Ricketts provided this year's Veterans Day message.photo courtesy Nicole Burg

photo courtesy Nicole Burg

Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts provided this year's Veterans Day message.

Over 20 veterans from the local American Legion and VFW were in attendance to help celebrate this important date.

Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts delivered the Veterans Day message to a packed house. Governor Ricketts spoke about the importance of honoring our Nebraska Veterans and the contributions they make both while in the service and afterwards.

Members of the WHS and BNHS bands and choirs also joined in the celebration by performing renditions of “God Bless America” and “Salute to America’s Finest.” Once again, the joint music groups put on an impressive show for the nearly 600 people in attendance.

This is the ninth year that both schools have joined together to commemorate and honor our veterans.

2015 Veterans Day Assembly

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