On Nov. 11, Woodland High School played host to an array of war veterans in a ceremony to honor those who have risked their lives to serve the country.

Presentations of "The Little White Table," a children's book depicting a table set with items with symbolic meanings to pay tribute to those lost in war, were part of the program that included a guest speaker and recognition of faculty, staff and visitors who fought for the country.

The ceremony was followed by a dinner for those who were honored in the ceremony.

Boys compete in 'Womanless' pageant

Heels, makeup and formal gowns were not out of the question for boys in Woodland High's first "Womanless" Beauty Pageant as 21 contestants took to the stage to model, answer a personality question and perform a solo dance.

All participants were judged by a panel who were members of the community.

Divine Kelly was named the winner, with Roshod Edwards taking first runner-up and James Mims as second runner-up.

The three competitors were presented with tiaras for their trophies.

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