Students at Braden River High School have continued their Christmas tradition of honoring servicemen and women. Web design students created a customized Christmas greeting with a personal audio message for soldiers and sailors who are away from home this season.
“We would like to invite our friends in Manatee County to send this link to friends and family in the service to let them know how much we appreciate their sacrifice this holiday season,” Braden River Assistant Principal Don French says.
The greeting can be found at manatee.k12.fl.us/sites/highschool/brhs/christmas.htm.
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