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CPI wears red to remember 9/11

Lavada Kraft, left, and Juanita Hanardt at CPI Qualified Plan Consultants show the red “Remember 9-11-01” T-shirts created as a fundraiser for the company’s Military Family Support Group. The group sold all of its order of 282 shirts, and on Friday many employees wore them. Money raised wil...

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One of the biggest private employers in Barton County made its 9/11 commemoration visible on Friday, when employees at CPI Qualified Plan Consultants wore red T-shirts to work.

Not just any red shirt. The company’s Military Family Support Group sold out of shirts with the message "Remember 9-11-01" on the front and a tribute to the U.S. armed forces on the back. Lavada Kraft, who heads the committee, said she wanted to "a sea of red" when employees assembled under a flag for a group photo.

Kraft started the support group after Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003 ...


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