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WWII Veterans Recognized at AHS

WWII Veterans Recognized at AHS

At the Arrowhead Football game on Friday, September 7th, World War II Veterans,  Bill Hilger and  Bruce Pfieffer were recognized during a ceremony prior to the game.  These two fine men served our country and were recognized by over 3,500 students, parents, and fans that were in attendance.

Below Bill Hilger and Bruce Pfeiffer tip their hats as they are introduced to the crowd.
Mr. Bill Hilger
WWII Veteran
Mr. Bruce Pfeiffer
WWII Veteran

Pictured below (from left to right) Bob Rosch, Arrowhead School Board, presents Bill Hilger with a plaque recognizing Mr. Hilger’s service to our country.

Kent Rice, Arrowhead School Board member, presents Bruce Pfeiffer with a plague recognizing his service to our country.

(From Left to Right) Kent Rice,  Bruce Pfeiffer, Bill Hilger, Bob Rosch, and the Arrowhead Warhawks football team participate in the National Anthem.

Arrowhead football players pose for a picture with the WWII veterans and board members.

Bill and Bruce greet each other while Kent Rice and the Arrowhead Marching Band look on.

I want to personally thank Ron Reichle, social studies teacher, who has organized recognitions of our veterans at Arrowhead athletic events for the past two years.  It is great to recognize our veterans and to present opportunities for our young people to gain an appreciation and acknowledge those who have given so much on our behalf.  Nice job Mr. Reichle!

Sincerely and with great respect,

Craig Jefson