Pre-kindergarten teacher Devon King and student Aubrey Louis 

For retired U.S. Army veteran Stan Genega, the sounds of children cheering and horns honking, along with signs thanking veterans for their service and expressing love for grandparents, made for a great day at St. Mary of the Hills School on Nov. 6.

That was what he has come to expect from the annual combined grandparents and Veterans Day celebration,even though this year’s was, of course, different than those in past years.

“We just couldn’t give this up,” Principal Julie Marotta said.

(For the rest of the story read the Milton Times issue of Nov. 19 in print or online.)

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