Celebrating Military Child Month at West Point

By West Point FMWRApril 27, 2009

West Point's School Age Services youth have been involved in several activities celebrating the Month of the Military Child to include designing the T-shirts they are wearing. West Point's children created poems and posters about what being a military child means to them. The children created a banner stating why they are every day heroes. On May 1, SAS will have parents come to the facility to present their children with certificates for being every day heroes. The artwork the children made for the MOMC will be displayed at this event.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – West Point's School Age Services youth have been involved in several activities celebrating the Month of the Military Child to include designing the T-shirts they are wearing. West Point's children created poems and posters about what being a military child means to them. The children created a banner stating why they are every day heroes. On May 1, SAS will have parents come to the facility to present their children with certificates for being every day heroes. The artwork the children made for the MOMC will be displayed at this event. (Photo Credit: West Point FMWR) VIEW ORIGINAL