BUTLER EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX IS ALL HEART FOR VETERANS
It doesn’t matter what month it is or holiday. The students and faculty at Butler Educational Complex have big hearts year-round for our nation’s veterans.
As part of Bossier Schools’ “Helping Hearts” community service initiative, the school paid it forward by delivering goodies to the residents at the Northwest Louisiana War Veterans Home in Bossier City.
Nearly 150 red hearts were distributed, bearing the message “From our hearts to yours, you are loved and thank you for serving!” Along with the special heart greeting, each veteran received a bag of popcorn as well from BEC.
The school’s effort, dubbed “Hearts For Our Hearts,” was well received and appreciated by both the veterans and the staff at the facility.
Activities Director Frankie Canty wrote, “Our veterans thank you for the love and support. They have enjoyed the popcorn! We appreciate you thinking of us.”
What a special way for today's youth to reach out to those that have made so many sacrifices to ensure the freedoms we all enjoy.
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