North Surry Interact gets thank you for cards


Lexy Mickey and Hannah Button show off two of the Christmas cards they made for sending to Surry County natives serving in the military.


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Olivia Jones smiles for the camera in a photo taken earlier this year, when she was working on Christmas cards to send to Surry County natives serving in the military.


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North Surry High School Interact President Chris Smith looks over some of the 500 cards and letters the club made and sent to Surry County residents serving in the military.


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Earlier in the school year, the North Surry High School Interact Club teamed up with the Spanish Club and JROTC,signing and sending 500and letters to five different Surry County natives currently serving in the military.

One of those Surry County natives, Hunter Diamont, sent a big and personal thank you to the students of North Surry. He thanked students for remembering him while he was serving in Iraq during Christmas.

“He sent a wonderful certificate and United States flag that was flown over Iraq during his mission there,” the school said.

Hunter Diamont is a graduate of East Surry High School. He served in the 710 Brigade Support Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, during his mission in Iraq.

Lexy Mickey and Hannah Button show off two of the Christmas cards they made for sending to Surry County natives serving in the military.
https://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_Lexy-Mickey-and-Hannah-Button-making-Christmas-cards.jpgLexy Mickey and Hannah Button show off two of the Christmas cards they made for sending to Surry County natives serving in the military. Submitted photo

Olivia Jones smiles for the camera in a photo taken earlier this year, when she was working on Christmas cards to send to Surry County natives serving in the military.
https://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_Olivia-Jones-writing-messages.jpgOlivia Jones smiles for the camera in a photo taken earlier this year, when she was working on Christmas cards to send to Surry County natives serving in the military. Submitted photo

North Surry High School Interact President Chris Smith looks over some of the 500 cards and letters the club made and sent to Surry County residents serving in the military.
https://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_Chris-Smith-President-of-Interact-Club222.jpgNorth Surry High School Interact President Chris Smith looks over some of the 500 cards and letters the club made and sent to Surry County residents serving in the military. Submitted photo
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