Paulding color guard member named to Army All-Amer...
by Mary Cosgrove
mcosgrove@neighbornewspapers.com
10:45 AM, Wednesday, October 22
Kevin Tran said he did not mean to break the mold; he was just trying something new. The 17-year-old East Paulding High School senior decided to try out for the color guard for the Raider Brigade Band his sophomore year, and has not looked back si...

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