In celebration of veterans

Friday night event will benefit the Honor Flights

— Submitted photo Madison Pingel, Anna Hutchinson, Isabelle Hooker, Bryce Blackburn, Mackenzie Poland, Emma Piper, Josi Hine, Cynthia Whitehill and Ellie Duerr show off some of the costumes that will be featured in the USO Show Friday night at Webster City High School. The meal, auction and evening of entertainment will benefit honor flight veterans.

A special evening of food, auctions and entertainment will benefit Honor Flight veterans.

Webster City High School will host a USO Show Friday night to celebrate all veterans and their service.

The event will begin with a supper at 5:30 p.m. served by the FFA. Porkburgers with all the sides are on the menu. Tickets for the supper are $5 per meal.

A silent auction is also planned, according to organizers. The auction will take place from 5:30 to at least 7 p.m. in the hallways of the school.

Entertainment will begin at 7 p.m. in the Prem Sahai Auditorium. The evening will feature comedy routines, skits, songs, dancing, interviews, the band, a fashion show and more. Much of the entertainment will focus on the 1940s and 1950s eras.

All proceeds will go toward the Honor Flights for veterans. A freewill donation will be taken for the entertainment.

Collection for

those serving

Allison Carr a WCHS sophomore and the 8th District American Legion Auxiliary Jr. President will be collecting hygiene products and/or monetary donations to send to Kyle Anderson (a 2015 graduate of Webster City School) and now is serving a one-year tour overseas with the National Guard unit from Boone. He will be passing out the items to his unit.

The items they are in need of are: foot powder, shampoo, soap, tooth paste, tooth brush, etc…

Also, Carr is collecting pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald House as one of her District projects. Tabs may be dropped off at her table at the USO Show or contact Post Commander Marvin Carr at (515) 835-9703. She will be taking those until April 6.