WEST ORANGE — West Orange-Stark Alumni Foundation, Inc. with the assistance of VFW TX Post 2775 of Orange is creating an U.S. Armed Forces Wall of Honor for all those who have served in the service and attended WO-S, West Orange, Lutcher-Stark, Orange, North, Wallace, or Madison High School. A ribbon cutting was held on Wednesday, May 29. Ribbon cutters from left are Larry Spears, WO-S Alumni,1998, and WOSAF vice president, Hutchinson Hill, WO-S High School principal, Dr. Wayne Guidry, director of federal program for WOCCISD, Paul Thomas III - WOS Alumni, 2001, WOSAF president and WOCCISD community liaison, Wilbert Duhon, VFW Post 2775 quarter master, Mike Trahan, West Orange City Counselman, West Orange Chief Alumni, 1960, and Air Force pilot, and Coast Guard Sgt. Akaninyene Inyang. To have a name added to the wall, fill out a form at http://www.wosaf.org/military-alumni1.html
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Anderson announced as principal of WO-S High School
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