City honors North Surry Junior ROTC students


Representatives of the North Surry High School Air Force Junior ROTC unit are seen last Thursday, when it received a certification of appreciation from City Manager Barbara Jones during a Mount Airy Board of Commissioners meeting. The unit devoted nearly 1,530 hours to community service last semester, including assisting with the city Veterans Day program. Shown, from left, are Cadet Lt. Col. Isabella Martin, who is cadet commander; Cadet Maj. Rebecca Bowes, director of operations; Cadet 1st Lt. Jeremiah Griffin, flight commander; Cadet 1st Lt. Dustin Young, flight commander; Cadet Capt. Nathan Golding, executive commander; and Cadet 1st Lt. Aaron Caudle, flight commander.


Representatives of the North Surry High School Air Force Junior ROTC unit are seen last Thursday, when it received a certification of appreciation from City Manager Barbara Jones during a Mount Airy Board of Commissioners meeting. The unit devoted nearly 1,530 hours to community service last semester, including assisting with the city Veterans Day program. Shown, from left, are Cadet Lt. Col. Isabella Martin, who is cadet commander; Cadet Maj. Rebecca Bowes, director of operations; Cadet 1st Lt. Jeremiah Griffin, flight commander; Cadet 1st Lt. Dustin Young, flight commander; Cadet Capt. Nathan Golding, executive commander; and Cadet 1st Lt. Aaron Caudle, flight commander.

Representatives of the North Surry High School Air Force Junior ROTC unit are seen last Thursday, when it received a certification of appreciation from City Manager Barbara Jones during a Mount Airy Board of Commissioners meeting. The unit devoted nearly 1,530 hours to community service last semester, including assisting with the city Veterans Day program. Shown, from left, are Cadet Lt. Col. Isabella Martin, who is cadet commander; Cadet Maj. Rebecca Bowes, director of operations; Cadet 1st Lt. Jeremiah Griffin, flight commander; Cadet 1st Lt. Dustin Young, flight commander; Cadet Capt. Nathan Golding, executive commander; and Cadet 1st Lt. Aaron Caudle, flight commander.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_JROTC-Recognized.jpgRepresentatives of the North Surry High School Air Force Junior ROTC unit are seen last Thursday, when it received a certification of appreciation from City Manager Barbara Jones during a Mount Airy Board of Commissioners meeting. The unit devoted nearly 1,530 hours to community service last semester, including assisting with the city Veterans Day program. Shown, from left, are Cadet Lt. Col. Isabella Martin, who is cadet commander; Cadet Maj. Rebecca Bowes, director of operations; Cadet 1st Lt. Jeremiah Griffin, flight commander; Cadet 1st Lt. Dustin Young, flight commander; Cadet Capt. Nathan Golding, executive commander; and Cadet 1st Lt. Aaron Caudle, flight commander.
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