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Sudan Student Council held an event

Courtesy photos

Sudan Student Council held an event Fudge For FireFighters and Cookies for Cops on behalf of the school and community, showing how much we appreciate their endless hours of service, dedication and compassion for Sudan along with neighboring communities.
Each high school student wrote a Thank You note along with the Elementary’s Appreciation poster to send along with the goodies. 

SUDAN STUDENTS HONOR VETERANS

Photos by Joella-Littlefield Leader News


TOP: SUDAN STUDENTS HONOR VETERANS — Monday morning, members of the Sudan High School Student Council, on the right, introduced the program participants, as well as personally presenting parts of the appreciations extended to the veterans. Near the close of the program, the Sudan Singers, sang “God Bless America”, as they held photos of veterans that were being honored. Individual veterans were then shown on the screen above the singers, revealing their branch of service and dates of service. Also, videos of solders in combat duty during past wars were shown. All of the veterans who attended the service, were treated to a reception in the School Library.

Honor Our Veterans

Runner tests strength, endurance in Marine Corps Marathon

BY GAIL M. WILLIAMS
Muleshoe Journal Correspondent

Marathoners, like Marines, have to be physically and mentally tough, willing to make sacrifices to obtain their goals.
Raul Mata of Muleshoe recently found out just how tough he was.
With a limit of 30,000 runners, there’s no guarantee that a runner will get into the Marine Corps Marathon, which starts its 26-mile 385-yard course in Arlington, Virginia, runs through Washington, D.C., and finishes back in Arlington.

Navejar graduates basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman Jesse B. Navejar Jr. graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio.
The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills.