In remembrance at Pleasant View

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
On May 25, Pleasant View Middle School held its annual Memorial Day ceremony where they not only honor the men and women who have served in the military, but also the men, women and children who have a connection with the school or local community. The ceremony takes place in the memory garden, which was established by former principal Bev Peters who wanted to honor the life of a student who had passed. Here, from left to right are Peters’ wife Sally Creasap and their daughter Megan Vermillion looking over the brick and flowers that show remembrance of Peters, who passed in 2015.
Isaac Mulumba, an eighth grade National Junior Honor Society member, lays flowers at the memorial bricks in the school’s memory garden.
Students prepare to release balloon after the Memorial Day ceremony.
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