James Michael Calow, third from left, receives a leadership award from the Military Officers Association of America, following the JROTC ceremony at Lely High School. Calow, of Goodland, Florida, was named the cadet lieutenant colonel/battalion commander for Lely High School JROTC detachment. The ceremony was attended by representatives of all the military branches and the school district. It was held to honor all the outstanding cadets of the ‘08/’09 school year. Calow will be responsible for over 150 cadets, in four companies, for the ‘09/’10 school year. He is a junior on the honor roll at Lely, an Eagle Scout with palms, on the varsity swimming, wrestling, and JV baseball teams, a Red Cross certified lifeguard, and he holds a Ikkyu belt in Uechi Ryu Karate. He was named one of the “Top 10 Youths” in Southwest Florida in 2007. After graduation, he hopes to attend the United States Military Academy at West Point.

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James Michael Calow, third from left, receives a leadership award from the Military Officers Association of America, following the JROTC ceremony at Lely High School. Calow, of Goodland, Florida, was named the cadet lieutenant colonel/battalion commander for Lely High School JROTC detachment. The ceremony was attended by representatives of all the military branches and the school district. It was held to honor all the outstanding cadets of the ‘08/’09 school year. Calow will be responsible for over 150 cadets, in four companies, for the ‘09/’10 school year. He is a junior on the honor roll at Lely, an Eagle Scout with palms, on the varsity swimming, wrestling, and JV baseball teams, a Red Cross certified lifeguard, and he holds a Ikkyu belt in Uechi Ryu Karate. He was named one of the “Top 10 Youths” in Southwest Florida in 2007. After graduation, he hopes to attend the United States Military Academy at West Point.

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