Former U.S. Army Sgt. Bryan Anderson, right,  touches a steel beam recovered from one of the World Trade Center towers in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attack, as retired  Marine Gunnery Sgt. Nick Popaditch watches prior to the start of the Friday morning assembly at Beaufort High School. The assembly was hosted by Beaufort High’s Impact Club and coordinated by the Independence Fund, a Beaufort nonprofit organization who is hosting more than 50 severely injured Iraq and Afghanistan veterans for the 16th annual Beaufort Shrimp Festival.
Former U.S. Army Sgt. Bryan Anderson, right, touches a steel beam recovered from one of the World Trade Center towers in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attack, as retired Marine Gunnery Sgt. Nick Popaditch watches prior to the start of the Friday morning assembly at Beaufort High School. The assembly was hosted by Beaufort High’s Impact Club and coordinated by the Independence Fund, a Beaufort nonprofit organization who is hosting more than 50 severely injured Iraq and Afghanistan veterans for the 16th annual Beaufort Shrimp Festival.
Former U.S. Army Sgt. Bryan Anderson, right, touches a steel beam recovered from one of the World Trade Center towers in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attack, as retired Marine Gunnery Sgt. Nick Popaditch watches prior to the start of the Friday morning assembly at Beaufort High School. The assembly was hosted by Beaufort High’s Impact Club and coordinated by the Independence Fund, a Beaufort nonprofit organization who is hosting more than 50 severely injured Iraq and Afghanistan veterans for the 16th annual Beaufort Shrimp Festival.

A Beaufort High, students get a lesson on service, perseverance

October 01, 2010 12:00 AM