Manville Borough Hall - Saturday, January 6th, 2018
In mid-December the “Wreaths Across America convoy stop” put Manville and our local veterans on the map. We were honored to be one of only three stops in the state. Their mission of “Remember-Honor-Teach” was well received by our high school students.
I hope the students remember that event and realize our freedoms are precious and our veterans today deserve our support and respect. I would like to thank our new school superintendent, Mr. Beers, for hosting and the music teachers and students who participated. It was a beautiful ceremony.
Nick Muscavage, @nmuscavagePublished 3:37 p.m. ET Dec. 13, 2017 | Updated 5:13 p.m. ET Dec. 13, 2017
"Today is a very special day as we welcome the Wreaths Across America convoy to our town," Mayor Richard Onderko said. "We'll take a few moments out of our busy day to remember and honor our fallen veterans and teach Manville High School students the value of their freedom. I hope this is a day these students will remember forever."
The 2017 theme of Wreaths Across America is "I'm an American, yes I am." The nonprofits mission is to remember, honor and teach the values of the sacrifice the veterans make who put their lives on the line everyday to keep America the Land of the Free...
Col. Roger Donlon and his wife Norma Donlon