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FHS cadets, choir visit vets

FHS cadets, choir visit vets
Floresville High School ROTC Cadet Chorale members David Maida and Angel Roberson and Floresville High School Cheerleader Falan Casanova (far right) visit with Frank M. Tejeda Texas State Veterans Home residents Anderson Baughman and Shirley Kisner after the groups performed “An American Christmas” at the veterans home in Floresville.

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Members of the Floresville High School Cadet Chorale and Student Choir joined the Middle School Choir to perform “An American Christmas” on Dec. 11 at the Frank M. Tejeda Texas State Veterans Home. The group is hosted by the Floresville High School Air Force Junior ROTC, directed by Lt. Col. Steve Rakel. The Floresville High School Cheerleaders and Tigerettes also attended and passed out Christmas cards made by Floresville South Elementary School children.

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