Submitted by Oswego School District:
A crowd of more than 200 people came together on Thursday, May 8, at Oswego High School to celebrate local men and women who served in the armed forces.
The OHS Interact Club built a Wall of Honor, paying tribute to more than 110 graduates who served in the armed forces. The wall will remain permanently displayed at the high school. It consists of pictures and basic information on the honorees, and a shadow box with the flag.
Advanced graphics and woodworking students helped to complete the project. The Interact Club is a division of the Oswego Rotary Club.