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Ponte To Washington DC

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Bradshaw Mountain High School teacher George Ponte gets escorted to the gym by Principal Kort Miner where he will get presented with over $17,000 raised by students, both current and former, and members of the community for a trip to Washington D.C. to visit the Vietnam Memorial Wall at the school in Prescott Valley Friday, March 3. Over 100 former students came back for the ceremony that was a surprise to Ponte. (Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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United States Marine and BMHS alum Chris Ames greets Bradshaw Mountain High School teacher George Ponte gets presented with over $17,000 raised by students, both current and former, and members of the community for a trip to Washington D.C. to visit the Vietnam Memorial Wall at the school in Prescott Valley Friday, March 3. Over 100 former students came back for the ceremony that was a surprise to Ponte. (Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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United States Marine and BMHS alum Chris Ames makes a joke with Bradshaw Mountain High School teacher George Ponte gets presented with over $17,000 raised by students, both current and former, and members of the community for a trip to Washington D.C. to visit the Vietnam Memorial Wall at the school in Prescott Valley Friday, March 3. Over 100 former students came back for the ceremony that was a surprise to Ponte. (Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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United States Marine and BMHS alum Chris Ames points out the alumni to Bradshaw Mountain High School teacher George Ponte gets presented with over $17,000 raised by students, both current and former, and members of the community for a trip to Washington D.C. to visit the Vietnam Memorial Wall at the school in Prescott Valley Friday, March 3. Over 100 former students came back for the ceremony that was a surprise to Ponte. (Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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United States Marine and BMHS alum Chris Ames points out the alumni to Bradshaw Mountain High School teacher George Ponte gets presented with over $17,000 raised by students, both current and former, and members of the community for a trip to Washington D.C. to visit the Vietnam Memorial Wall at the school in Prescott Valley Friday, March 3. Over 100 former students came back for the ceremony that was a surprise to Ponte. (Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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United States Marine and BMHS alum Chris Ames presents the names of all those who donated to Bradshaw Mountain High School teacher George Ponte as he gets presented with over $17,000 raised by students, both current and former, and members of the community for a trip to Washington D.C. to visit the Vietnam Memorial Wall at the school in Prescott Valley Friday, March 3. Over 100 former students came back for the ceremony that was a surprise to Ponte. (Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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United States Marine and BMHS alum Chris Ames gives a hug to Bradshaw Mountain High School teacher George Ponte after presenting Ponte with over $17,000 raised by students, both current and former, and members of the community for a trip to Washington D.C. to visit the Vietnam Memorial Wall at the school in Prescott Valley Friday, March 3. Over 100 former students came back for the ceremony that was a surprise to Ponte. (Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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Bradshaw Mountain High School teacher George Ponte gets emotional with United States Marine and BMHS alum Chris Ames after being presented with over $17,000 raised by students, both current and former, and members of the community for a trip to Washington D.C. to visit the Vietnam Memorial Wall at the school in Prescott Valley Friday, March 3. Over 100 former students came back for the ceremony that was a surprise to Ponte. (Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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Bradshaw Mountain High School teacher George Ponte thanks the students and alumni after being presented with over $17,000 raised by students, both current and former, and members of the community for a trip to Washington D.C. to visit the Vietnam Memorial Wall at the school in Prescott Valley Friday, March 3. Over 100 former students came back for the ceremony that was a surprise to Ponte. (Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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Bradshaw Mountain High School teacher George Ponte greets alumni after being presented with over $17,000 raised by students, both current and former, and members of the community for a trip to Washington D.C. to visit the Vietnam Memorial Wall at the school in Prescott Valley Friday, March 3. Over 100 former students came back for the ceremony that was a surprise to Ponte. (Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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Bradshaw Mountain High School teacher George Ponte greets alumni after being presented with over $17,000 raised by students, both current and former, and members of the community for a trip to Washington D.C. to visit the Vietnam Memorial Wall at the school in Prescott Valley Friday, March 3. Over 100 former students came back for the ceremony that was a surprise to Ponte. (Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg