Vidor ISD Hosts Veterans Day Program in Stadium

  • Jeff Courts, Air Force veteran, played Amazing Grace on his bagpipes. Courts plays for many ceremonies locally.
    Jeff Courts, Air Force veteran, played Amazing Grace on his bagpipes. Courts plays for many ceremonies locally.
  • Olivia McWherter played TAPS while veterans saluted.
    Olivia McWherter played TAPS while veterans saluted.
  • The Vidor Junior High choir performed two pieces, including the service medley, in which all veterans were asked to stand when their branch of service's song was sung.
    The Vidor Junior High choir performed two pieces, including the service medley, in which all veterans were asked to stand when their branch of service's song was sung.
  • The veterans got together for a group photo after the program.
    The veterans got together for a group photo after the program.
In accordance with social distancing mandates, Vidor ISD administration opted to have one consolidated Veterans Day program this year, rather than hosting programs on each campus. The event was held on Wednesday, November 11 at 10:00 a.m. at Pirate Stadium with more than thirty veterans on hand to be recognized. Vidor High School Student Council President Tyler Tarbox was master of ceremonies,…

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