Third-graders salute veterans with Valentine's Day cards

(Courtesy of Andrew Crawford)

By Annalise Knudson

Assemblyman Michael Cusick (D-Mid-Island) and Sunnyside’s PS 35 third-grade students teamed up to make Valentine’s Day cards and letters for veterans.
The cards and letters were delivered to over 60 veterans as part of the “Valentine’s for Veterans” program at the Fort Hamilton VA Hospital in Brooklyn to show the students’ appreciation for the veterans’ service and sacrifice to this country.
“The work that these students have done for our veterans is a simple but truly special way to say ‘thank you’,” said Cusick. “It always brings me pride to deliver these Valentine’s cards and letters, and I know the veterans appreciate the gesture just as much as the kids enjoyed making them.”
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