The Radnor Township Board of Commissioners honored teacher David Heacock of St. Katharine of Siena School, Wayne, and its eighth-grade graduating class of 2012 on Oct. 8 for a presentation on local veterans.
The students, through Heacock’s guidance and with a national group called Saving Hallowed Ground, participated in a project last school year called the Legacy Marker Project.
It involved extensive research on soldiers from the local area who served in WWI and were memorialized at the Radnor Monument on South Wayne Avenue in the township.
A video of the students’ presentation is available here.
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