Cleveland State Hosts Veteran's Day Ceremony

Monday, November 12, 2012
CSCC student Antonio Simpson
CSCC student Antonio Simpson

Cleveland State Community College’s Veterans Affairs Department, along with the Social Work Club, co-sponsored a Veteran’s Day ceremony again this year on CSCC’s main campus on Monday, at 11 a.m. in the L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium. 

The event gave honor and recognition to those members of CSCC’s faculty, staff, student body, as well as community members who have served and who are serving in the armed forces. 

CSCC student Antonio Simpson was the keynote speaker for the event.

Mr. Simpson was stationed in Fort Lewis, Wa., and earned the rank of Spc(P)E-4 in the Army. He served a six-month tour in Bosnia with the Airborne Artillery.  He will complete his requirements for graduation in December and be awarded an associate of science degree with an emphasis in social work.


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