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Flag Day (United States)

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  • West County: The anatomy of a flag retirement ceremony

    West County: The anatomy of a flag retirement ceremony
    In a formal gathering held at the Howard L. Turner American Legion Post 276 in Severn, Boy Scout Troop 672 conducted a flag retirement ceremony with post members Veterans of Foreign Wars members in attendance.
  • Memorial Hall: built for vets, with tours and resources for all

    Sunday, June 28, marked the last day of the tour season at Memorial Hall, located at the corner of Main and Elm streets in Windsor Locks. Tours are conducted from 1 to 4 p.m. on the last Sunday of each month, except for July and August. Memorial Hall,...

    Community news for Vernon edition

    Elks perform Flag Day ceremony ROCKVILLE - On June 14, the Rockville Lodge of Elks performed the Flag Day ceremony and presented a flag to one of our honored veteran members, Chet Morgan. Pictured left to right front row Michael Martin Trustee, Ann...

    River Grove police 5K plods on despite rain

    River Grove police 5K plods on despite rain
    Running is an important part of life for Vince Santucci. The Chicagoan has participated in 42 marathons and more than 100 5Ks and half marathons. He also coaches cross-country at his daughter's school. So for him, participating in the River Grove...

    La Grange American Legion retires flags in ceremony

    La Grange American Legion retires flags in ceremony
    With reverence and respect, American flags were retired June 14 in a traditional Flag Day ceremony in La Grange. Members of theĀ Members of the Robert E. Coulter Jr. American Legion Post 1941 conducted the observance, burning a few of the many worn flags...