Desi Cuddihy’s fourth-grade students welcome veterans, including Navy veterans Mark and Angie Kennedy (center) as they enter the Snoqualmie Elementary Veterans Day assembly on Nov. 8. Madison Miller / staff photo

Snoqualmie Elementary fourth graders honor veterans with annual assembly

Desi Cuddihy’s fourth graders host a Veterans Day breakfast and assembly for the 11th year.

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