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The Luzerne County Community College Literary Arts Society recently held its fourth annual Veterans Day program at the college's Campus Center. The program, titled ‘Generations,' honored veterans and included Susan Porter-Allen singing the National Anthem and the presentation of colors by members of the 109th Field Artillery Color Guard. The college's Broadcast Communication Department presented a video produced by its students and Dillon B. Major, a sixth-grade student at Ross Elementary School, read his essay about veterans. At the event, from left, first row: Cassandra Marro, vice president, Literary Arts Society; Karel Zubris, public relations chair, Wyoming Valley Veterans Day Parade, guest speaker; Porter-Allen, president, LCCC Student Veterans Club; Lanay Hamilton, president, Literary Arts Society; Frank Owens, member, Student Veterans Club; and Allyse Stanko, member, LCCC Student Veterans Club. Second row: Pvt. Christopher Warner, Bravo Battalion, 109th Field Artillery; Ssgt. Ronald Knoll, Bravo Battalion, 109th Field Artillery; Mary Stchur, associate professor, English and adviser, Literary Arts Society; Lori Major, professor, business; Major; Thomas P. Leary, president, LCCC, guest speaker; Thomas McHugh, chair, communication arts; Jim Shovlin, adviser, Student Veterans Club and counselor, guest speaker; Sgt. Brian Hogan, 109th Field Artillery; and Pv2 Tom Vitale, 109th Field Artillery.

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