Santa Fe Christian honors U.S. Armed Forces at Annual Veterans Day Celebration Event

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Santa Fe Christian Schools honored the United States Armed Forces at the annual Veterans Day Celebration Event on Nov. 13 in the SFC School Gymnasium.

Captain Guy M. Lee, USN 1st Division Chaplain for the First Marine Division, served as the event’s keynote speaker. Captain Lee is based at Camp Pendleton and recently returned from a one-year tour in Afghanistan, where he was the Senior Chaplain for the Regional Command.

The celebration included performances by the SFC band and choir. There was also the Presentation of the Colors by the Miramar AFB Color Guard. Visit www.sfcs.net.

Photos/Jon Clark

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