A group from Granbury Middle School enjoyed visiting important national sites during a tour of Washington, D.C. June 11-14. Seventeen students joined teachers Pam Futch and Sarah Mabery for the summer excursion. The tour included Arlington National Cemetery, Embassy Row, Ford’s Theater, Kennedy Center, Mount Vernon, National Zoo, the U.S. Capitol and the White House. Students visited the Smithsonian, U.S. Holocaust and Naval museums. The group also stopped at memorials for the Korean War, Vietnam War, World War I, World War II and the Pentagon as well as those honoring Thomas Jefferson, Martin Luther King Jr., Abraham Lincoln, Franklin Roosevelt and George Washington. Pictured are (front row from left) Nicole Futch, Riley Fenton, Katie Smith-Brown, Kennedy Roy, Emily Ellis and Lauren Garr. Middle from left: Mattie Allen, Hunter Meroney, Jonah Delaney and Mabery. Back from left: Sheryce Baggett, Futch, Dalton Kennington, Eli Olree, Gavin Bramlet, Callie Anderson, Bryn Vandemark, Katie Strickland and Rhegan Howard.
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