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Salem High School in New Jersey has created a Military Wall of Honor to recognize past graduates who have served or are currently serving in the U.S. military.

Lisa Mutter, teacher-librarian and Salem City School District webmaster, said, “It gives the people a chance to share their experiences. It is a wonderful way for the folks who have gone through the military to talk to our students and show the dedication and the idea that it is something they can do.”

The Wall of Honor started two years ago and has been on the school website for a year. It currently includes graduates from the 1930s to 2009.

Mutter said, “The graduates have been contacted through word of mouth mostly. Hopefully, being on the website, it will get big and friends and family will see it and tell others about it.”

Read more at NJ.com.

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