White River graduate plays taps at Arlington National Cemetery | Enumclaw Courier-Herald

By: Sam Horn
Published: July 4, 2012

Kellie Taylor, a graduate of White River High School and CWU, had the honor of playing taps on her bugle at the Arlington National Cemetery. (photo provided)

Kelli Taylor, a graduate of White River High School who earned a degree from Central Washington University this spring, had the honor of playing taps on her bugle at the Arlington National Cemetery. She performed with buglers from throughout the nation, all members of Bugles Across America.

A solemn aura surrounds Arlington National Cemetery. It was founded in June 1864. Nearly 400,000 graves are scattered across the cemetery. (READ MORE…)

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