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“Broke all the rules, Played all the fools, Yeah yeah they, they, they blew our minds.” This class had the pleasure of walking through the work shop to the classic AC/DC hit Thunderstruck. What a grand day for David, Adam, Steven, Bobby, Jace, and Zach to graduate from the Colorado School of Trades. We cannot wait to see what advances these six gentlemen will bring to our industry.

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Fourteen months ago these guys had one goal in mind; graduate with an Associate of Occupational Studies Degree in Gunsmithing from the Colorado School of Trades. Today that goal became a reality with these gentlemen doing their gunsmith walk. Beau, Brandon, Chris, Cody, Kelvin, Matt, Pete, and Rod; we congratulate you on your graduation and look forward to seeing your education jump start a wonderful career.

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While poppies are commonly associated with Memorial Day they are linked to Veterans Day as well. The poppy came about because of John McCrae’s poem “In Flanders Fields”. John McCrae was a Lieutenant Colonel for an Allied artillery unit; he decided to write “In Flanders Fields” after seeing the poppies spread across the battlegrounds of the Second Battle of Ypres. The poppy is to be worn on the right side of the chest at approximately the 11 O’clock position; this is to celebrate the Armistice Day. The Armistice Day is when the German’s signed an armistice that brought an end to World War I. This armistice was signed on the 11th month on the 11th day at 11 O’clock. From 1926 until 1953 our nation celebrated today as Armistice Day. In 1954, congress declared November 11th as Veterans Day to honor the service of our veterans who served in World War II, the Korean War, and all wars that followed. We want to thank all of our nation’s veterans as well as those who are currently keeping this country safe while in active duty.

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