Hurley K-12 students honor veterans


November 12, 2021

Zachary Marano/Daily Globe

Veterans eat lunch with students in the cafeteria at Hurley K-12 School after the school's Veterans Day program Thursday morning. The school invited veterans and active military men and women to salute them for their service. At left is substitute teacher Kirsten Pecotte with Nicole Giancola's pre-kindergarten class.


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HURLEY, Wis. - Hurley K-12 School held a special assembly Thursday morning to honor all veterans and active military men and women for Veterans Day.

The event in the gymnasium included an address by Sgt. 1st Class Jeffrey Aspinwall, the U.S. Army Station Commander in Hurley. Aspinwall said his last tour of duty ended in 2016 and in his current capacity as station commander, he is a recruiter for the Army.

Aspinwall said that he is originally from Bessemer and attended A.D. Johnston High School and Gogebic Community College. He said he was honore...

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