The Clinton County High School Bulldog Battalion Cadets and band members joined together to present the annual Veterans Day Program on Friday, November 11th to honor past and current contributions of veterans. Over seventy-five veterans and family members of veterans from the community were in attendance. The assembly was opened with welcoming remarks by Master Sergeant John Thomure. The Presentation of Colors was performed by the JROTC Color Guard, while the National Anthem was played by the CCHS band, under the direction of Mr. Doug Sell. Cadet Chaplain Chase Claborn offered the invocation. Master Sergeant John Thomure gave a history of Veterans Day. The posting of the U.S.. service flags was performed by the CCHS JROTC, while the CCHS band played the service songs of each branch of the military. Veterans in attendance were invited to stand and be recognized as their service flag was presented. Chief Warrant Officer Ron Cook gave a POW / MIA / KIA memoriam. CWO Ron Cook also performed "Go Rest High on That Mountain" and "Letters From Home". Thank-you notes were presented to veterans by students from the Early Childhood Center.