Sunday, April 13, 2003

Teacher heading to Iraq


Tristate reacts to war

COLERAIN TOWNSHIP - Colerain High School bids goodbye Monday to a teacher who is bound for a brief trip to Iraq, Qatar and the coast of Africa.

Randy Dunn, a teacher in the Engineering & Design College Tech Prep Program at the Colerain Career Technology Center, is a member of the Marine Corps Reserve. During his eight-day trip, he will visit his unit and learn of his future involvement in the war.

A schoolwide assembly begins at 9:15 a.m. to honor Dunn, who has been employed by the Northwest Local School District since July 1, 2001.

Cindy Kranz




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