Northeastern students plan second Honor Bus trip

Twelve seniors at Northeastern High School are planning a second Honor Bus trip for World War II veterans.

The students planned the trip as their senior project. The first was held May 7, when 57 veterans, students and family members traveled to Washington D.C. to see the World War II Memorial and Arlington National Cemetery.

The first Honor Bus trip was held in May. (Submitted photo)

The second trip is planned for Nov. 19.  The students are looking for World War II veterans interested in participating. The veterans will travel by coach bus and be treated to breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Family members are invited to a breakfast and celebration dinner banquet afterward. Veterans will be paired with a student for the day, and they will receive a commemorative DVD afterward.

Anyone interested should contact Duane Swartz at or call the high school at 266-3644. Donations are also being sought.

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One Response to Northeastern students plan second Honor Bus trip

  1. Cindy says:

    You students are wonderful! It promotes my belief in young people once again. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. My father James Edgar Ream is a vet of the Korean War. I think that for you all to use this as your seinor trip is so, so hornorable. Bless you and all that has helped with this endevor. Sincerely, Cindy L baker

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