Freedom Shrine

Members of the Copperas Cove Exchange clubs pose in front of a Freedom Shrine dedicated to the House Creek Elementary School on May 17 with members of the school’s administration. From left are: Earnest Remedies, of the Cove Exchange Club; Mike Blount, Cove Noon Exchange Club president; John Firth, Coryell County judge; Larea Gamble, House Creek principal; and Mark Peterson, Cove councilman and Exchange member.

Herald/Amy HauckMembers of the Copperas Cove Exchange clubs pose in front of a Freedom Shrine dedicated to the House Creek Elementary School on May 17 with members of the school’s administration. From left are: Earnest Remedies, of the Cove Exchange Club; Mike Blount, Cove Noon Exchange Club president; John Firth, Coryell County judge; Larea Gamble, House Creek principal; and Mark Peterson, Cove councilman and Exchange member.

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