Club’s RED Out helps U.S. troops

Please login to view the requested resource.

Posted: November 2, 2013

The Winchester Star

Michael Morgan (left), James Wood High School FBLA president, and Hunter Fortune, FBLA competitive events coordinator, take inventory of the RED Out T-shirts and wrist bands that the FBLA is selling to support Operation Gratitude, an organization that sends personal items, food, letters and other items to U.S. troops deployed in hostile regions around the world. The FBLA has also been collecting food and personal items from students and staff members and writing letters to troops. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
James Wood High School Future Business Leaders of America members are in the middle of their second RED Out (Remember Everyone Deployed) campaign. Here (from left), Hunter Fortune, the school’s FBLA competitive events coordinator, Michael Morgan, FBLA president, and Taylor Brooks, FBLA treasurer, sort items collected for U.S. troops. The group is also selling T-shirts and wrist bands, and having students write letters to the troops to accompany the packages. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)


Business teacher and former Marine Mike Onda wonders why the news media are no longer talking about the troops in Afghanistan.

But while some people may forget, James Wood High School…

To See This and Every Local Story from The Winchester Star, Click Here to Become a Subscriber!

Login to view the full story