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  • Daniel Gilmore of West Charlotte High has found direction through ROTC

    Daniel Gilmore of West Charlotte High has found direction through ROTC and plans to join the Army after graduation. Despite the death of his mother and grandmother, Gilmore has found strength in his ROTC program. He's part of the 2017 class that Project LIFT has touted as hitting 90 percent graduation.

Daniel Gilmore of West Charlotte High has found direction through ROTC and plans to join the Army after graduation. Despite the death of his mother and grandmother, Gilmore has found strength in his ROTC program. He's part of the 2017 class that Project LIFT has touted as hitting 90 percent graduation. Davie Hinshaw The Charlotte Observer
Daniel Gilmore of West Charlotte High has found direction through ROTC and plans to join the Army after graduation. Despite the death of his mother and grandmother, Gilmore has found strength in his ROTC program. He's part of the 2017 class that Project LIFT has touted as hitting 90 percent graduation. Davie Hinshaw The Charlotte Observer

He could have been a statistic, but three retired military men modeled another path

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