Purple-up to support the troops this week

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Purple-up to support the troops this week

Purple was chosen in 1986 as a blend of the green of the Army, the red of the Marines, and the blue of the Coast Guard, Air Force and Navy to make the color purple.

Purple was chosen in 1986 as a blend of the green of the Army, the red of the Marines, and the blue of the Coast Guard, Air Force and Navy to make the color purple.

Purple was chosen in 1986 as a blend of the green of the Army, the red of the Marines, and the blue of the Coast Guard, Air Force and Navy to make the color purple.

Purple was chosen in 1986 as a blend of the green of the Army, the red of the Marines, and the blue of the Coast Guard, Air Force and Navy to make the color purple.

Riley Walberg, News Editor

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This week is purple-up week, a time to show support to all military families in our community. The Blue Star Lancers will be handing out purple ribbons during all lunches and asking for donations. All proceeds from this event will go to creating care packages and bundles to support and honor our troops.

The Blue Star Lancers are also asking everyone to wear purple on Friday, April 15 to show their support.

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