WL-S students say ‘Thank you’ to those who serve


Macochee Paramedics Alan Hager and Kyle Brugler hold a thank-you sign created by West Liberty-Salem first graders. WL-S Elementary students observed The Great Kindness Challenge last week by making signs for local businesses and groups that impact students and the community.

Macochee Paramedics Alan Hager and Kyle Brugler hold a thank-you sign created by West Liberty-Salem first graders. WL-S Elementary students observed The Great Kindness Challenge last week by making signs for local businesses and groups that impact students and the community.


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Macochee Paramedics Alan Hager and Kyle Brugler hold a thank-you sign created by West Liberty-Salem first graders. WL-S Elementary students observed The Great Kindness Challenge last week by making signs for local businesses and groups that impact students and the community.

Macochee Paramedics Alan Hager and Kyle Brugler hold a thank-you sign created by West Liberty-Salem first graders. WL-S Elementary students observed The Great Kindness Challenge last week by making signs for local businesses and groups that impact students and the community.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2021/02/web1_thumbnail_Image.jpgMacochee Paramedics Alan Hager and Kyle Brugler hold a thank-you sign created by West Liberty-Salem first graders. WL-S Elementary students observed The Great Kindness Challenge last week by making signs for local businesses and groups that impact students and the community. Submitted photo