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Photo gallery: Plum Junior ROTC ceremony marks Air Force's 70th birthday

| Friday, Sept. 22, 2017, 1:51 p.m.
Air Force Junior ROTC cadets celebrated the 70th birthday of the United States Air Force on Sept. 19.  As part of the celebration, cadets Thomas Dojonovic, Amoni Blackwell,Parker Zacher and Nick Kubit helped plant a cherry tree in honor of Plum students who have served in the military. The tree was planted near the Veterans Memorial at the bus entrance to the school.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Air Force Junior ROTC cadets celebrated the 70th birthday of the United States Air Force on Sept. 19. As part of the celebration, cadets Thomas Dojonovic, Amoni Blackwell,Parker Zacher and Nick Kubit helped plant a cherry tree in honor of Plum students who have served in the military. The tree was planted near the Veterans Memorial at the bus entrance to the school.
Plum Junior ROTC cadets Justin Rowen, Alexandria Ralph, Emme Lawton and Josh Sprumont participated in a flag ceremony to celebrate the 70th birthday of the U.S. Air Force on Sept. 19.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Plum Junior ROTC cadets Justin Rowen, Alexandria Ralph, Emme Lawton and Josh Sprumont participated in a flag ceremony to celebrate the 70th birthday of the U.S. Air Force on Sept. 19.

Plum Junior ROTC cadets celebrated the 70th birthday of the United States Air Force in a ceremony on Sept. 19 at the high school.

A cherry tree in honor of Plum students who have served in the military was planted near the Veterans Memorial at the bus entrance to the school during the ceremony.

Lillian DeDomenic is a freelance photographer.

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