For the eleventh year, West Wilson County’s Exchange Club and American Legion Post 281 join together in hosting a display of the Stars and Stripes May 26 – 29.
Volunteers will post hundreds of flags on the field located at Mt. Juliet’s Town Clock Tower/Train Station at the corner of E Division Street & North Mt Juliet Road to fly during the days closest to Memorial Day.
Walk amid ordered rows of Old Glory posted in this stirring formation to salute those who have sacrificed so much that we may live in freedom.
Each U.S. flag represents an individual and tells a story. Flags may be sponsored to honor all Veterans and flag-loving Americans. This unique event is the perfect opportunity for all to remember and honor our many heroes.
“The Stars & Stripes reminds us of who we are as a people. As Americans we become stronger as we meet challenges and overcome hardships. The United States flag represents our solidarity in creating a brighter tomorrow and uniting us all,” said the Colonial Flag Foundation.
“Honoring America’s Flag” is the perfect theme for the 11th Annual Field of Honor® display hosted by the Exchange Club of Wilson County and American Legion Post 281.
This moving display is a gift to the community made possible through donations, sponsorships and the efforts of many dedicated volunteers. You can show your support and gratitude by sponsoring a flag or making a donation.
The display is open to all without charge.
Programs and Charities supported by the Exchange Club of West Wilson County
Programs and Charities supported by American Legion Post 281