WB American Government students receive copies of Constitution

Students at Western Brown High School received 400 copies of the U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, thanks to the efforts by American History Government class teacher Mike Chapman.
“Mike is a great teacher and he is also the son of Ron Chapman who is the Commander of the Department of Ohio American Legion,” said principal at the high school, Heather Cooper.
“Ron Chapman is also the Commander of the Williamsburg American Legion Post #288. When Mike asked his dad for the copies of the constitution and the Declaration of Independence, he got them to us right away, and we were all very excited about the generous gesture.”
Cooper said everyone at the school appreciates what Commander Chapman did for the students at Western Brown High School.
Commander Chapman earned his eligibility serving in the United States Air Force from 1966-1970 as a crash/rescue firefighter. He has been an American Legion member for over 47 years at the Williamsburg Post. He has served nationally on the Americanism Council and the Legislative Council.