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Bound for D.C.: Valley Kids Lay Wreath at Arlington National Cemetery

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Students from Coalinga Faith Christian Academy lay a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery. Students from Coalinga Faith Christian Academy lay a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery.
Caleb Johannson, Aaron Ramsey, Allison Scwartz, and Darian Long at Arlington National Cemetery. Caleb Johannson, Aaron Ramsey, Allison Scwartz, and Darian Long at Arlington National Cemetery.

Four middle school students from the Central Valley are on the East Coast, receiving an unforgettable honor at our nation's capitol.

The students from Coalinga Faith Christian Academy are laying a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery, along with the Third Infantry of the Army.

The students wrote an essay, and the top picks would be bestowed Sunday's honor.

The kids won out, and they're representing our Valley.

Our congratulations to Caleb Johannson, Aaron Ramsey, Allison Scwartz, and Darian Long.

The students will tour Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, New York, and Ground Zero before wrapping up their trip.

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