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Ocoee Middle Freedom Circle Project to honor Vets

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Students at Ocoee Middle School are selling bricks in honor of U.S. Veterans as part of a campus beautification project.

The Freedom Circle Project will be a seating area, courtyard and flag pole in the school's front circle.

The bricks are 4x8 and can be purchased in honor of a family member or friend who is a veteran of United States armed services. They are $40 each and can be engraved.

For additional information contact Ron Spangler at (423) 476-0630 or by email at rspangler@bradleyschools.org or Jason DeHart at (423) 476-0630 or by email at jdehart@bradleyschools.org.

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