Abington Heights sophomore wins Voice of Democracy contest

SUBMITTED PHOTO Megan Malone, a sophomore at Abington Heights High School, was selected as the winner on the post level in the annual Veterans of Foreign Wars Voice of Democracy contest, sponsored by Abington Memorial, VFW Post 7069, Clarks Summit. From left: John Wettstein, Post 7069 senior vice commander; Patrick Williams, Post 7069 chaplain and post VOD chairman; Donald Jones, Post 7069 commander; Danielle Malone, Megan’s mother; Megan, Tom Malone, Megan’s father; and Laura McLane, Post 7069 auxiliary secretary and VFW District 10 scholarship chairperson.

Megan Malone, a sophomore at Abington Heights High School, was selected as the winner on the post level in the annual Veterans of Foreign Wars Voice of Democracy contest, sponsored by Abington Memorial, VFW Post 7069, Clarks Summit. From left: John Wettstein, Post 7069 senior vice commander; Patrick Williams, Post 7069 chaplain and post VOD chairman; Donald Jones, Post 7069 commander; Danielle Malone, Megan's mother; Megan, Tom Malone, Megan's father; and Laura McLane, Post 7069 auxiliary secretary and VFW District 10 scholarship chairperson.

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