Meridian Star

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May 18, 2013

High 5

MERIDIAN — Petty Officer 2nd Class Matthew Denny gives a high-five to a student from Northeast

Lauderdale Elementary School Special Needs Class following the students performance at Naval Air Station Meridian. About 30 students, age 3 to 10, visited Naval Air Station Meridian Friday to entertain Sailors with patriotic songs in celebration of Armed Forces Day on May 18 and Memorial Day on May 27.  About 150 Sailors and other personnel from the base attended the performance. Afterwards the children enjoyed refreshments and were able to interact with the Sailors.

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