#WLSStrong invites community to thank West Liberty-Salem staff and others


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The West Liberty-Salem parent group #WLSStrong, organized to show appreciation for school staff and others for their actions Jan. 20, the day student Logan Cole was shot in a high school restroom, is inviting the community to a March 11 luncheon to honor school staff, First Responders and others who helped protect students that day.

The Appreciation Luncheon will be from noon to 5 p.m. at the Champaign County Fairgrounds and will include not only lunch, but also a Kid Zone with free games, a silent auction from noon to 3 p.m., entertainment and a 50/50 raffle.

Logan returned to school Feb. 13 and continues to recover.

A #WLSStrong flier promoting the luncheon lists the following groups to be thanked for protecting students: WL-S staff and transportation personnel; West Liberty Police and Volunteer Fire departments; Macochee EMS; Champaign and Logan county sheriff’s offices; Ohio State Highway Patrol; FBI/BCI in London; and Stan Thoman and Thoman’s IGA in West Liberty.

Tickets for the March 11 event are $8 for a meal band and four Kid Zone Tickets.

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Invites community to join them in thanking WL-S staff and First Responders

Invites community to join them in thanking WL-S staff and First Responders