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Pop band “Honor Society” enjoys downtime with Salvation Army kids in Colorado

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Honor Society

Andrew Lee signs an autograph!

Members of the pop band “Honor Society,” Alexander Noyes, Jason Rosen, Michael Bruno and Andrew Lee, took a break from their busy tour schedule to play with the kids at a Salvation Army youth center in Broomfield, Colorado.

In nearly every city the band visits, they spend some time getting to know the kids at one of our programs or give their fans a call to action to support the work of The Salvation Army. We love these guys!

Take a look at the Flickr photos from their recent visit in Colorado. Click on the white arrow to start the show.