By Jessica Drews

Many Bolivar High School seniors are headed east today to participate in the annual senior trip to Washington, D.C., and New York, N.Y., and are carrying a 42-year tradition with them — a wreath to place at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

Teters Floral Products has been providing a wreath to be placed at the monument since 1973. This year, students will travel to Arlington National Cemetery Sunday, March 29.

Students pictured at left are seniors who are participating in the senior trip and are children of Teters Floral Products employees. 

Shelby Hayes is the daughter of Mark Hayes, sample room manager. Kayla Johnson is the daughter of Teters accountant Mike Johnson. Makayln Wheelbarger is the daughter of Cindy Davidson who works in the Teters office and sister of Cameron Wheelbarger who works in shipping.

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