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DHS alumni honor medal recipient
by Clipper
Aug 28, 2006 | 190 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
KAYSVILLE -- The Davis High School class of 1946 honored the only DHS graduate to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor in a ceremony as part of the 60-year reunion, Saturday. Tom Clark, a 1946 DHS graduate who now lives in Longmont, Colo., was the first to bring up the idea of honoring Bernard Fisher with a display at the school.

Clark and 30 other members of his graduating class contributed to the project, which was finalized at the unveiling of the glass display case featuring photographs of Fisher , as well as articles about him. The display case is located to the right of the door leading into the alumni room at DHS. The location outside of the alumni room is designed to allow current DHS students to view the display.. Fisher came to the unveiling to accept the honor and was greeted by the alumni gathered there to honor him.
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