Memorial Day 2021
Lewisville Area Flags News
Remembering our fallen Warriors
 
Traditionally, on Memorial day some families visit cemeteries and memorials, and volunteers often place American flags on each grave site at national cemeteries. See related story about our partner BSA Scout Troop 9168 flag deployment below.
 
A federal holiday, Memorial Day is intended for honoring and mourning the military personnel who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. As our local and national public health officials transition from Covid 19 Pandemic restrictions to more relaxed but still acutely aware health safety policies, we expect many of our past Memorial Day events for honoring out fallen warriors will take place again.
 
So, it is with great pride that our subscribers can display their flags this Memorial Day.

The Lewisville Area Flags subscription program provides needed funding for many local organizations, including LISD Schools, The Salvation Army, Education Foundations, Christian Community Action, and many other local and global causes. It should also be pointed out that a share of the proceeds goes to our partners at BSA Troop 9168 who use the funds for the scouts year round camping costs, but primarily their summer camp fees.
 
Thank you for being a valued subscriber to our program. We not only hope that you will continue to be a part of our flag program, but that you will also help us promote the program so that we can continue to help our local and global community.
Memorial Day Flag Launch Information
 
Our Tier I Flag subscribers will see a flag in their front yard the week end of May 22nd and May 23rd. Our scouting partners will start removing the flags on or about June 1st and and take them to our storage facility.
 
If you have questions about the Lewisville Area Flags program, please click Lewisville Area Flags information button below. You can also contact our flag chair by clicking  here.
BSA Scout Troop 9168 to honor fallen personnel this Memorial Day at Old Hall Cemetery.
Billed as "Another Flag Deployment of a different type", our partner scout troop will place flags at the grave sites of veterans from VFW Post 9168. Boy Scout Troop 9168 is sponsored by VFW Post 9168. The morning events will conclude with a  memorial at the grave site of VFW Post 9168 founder Johnnie Bulen.
Love seeing the flag displayed in your front yard during major holidays?
Don't you wish your neighbors would have a flag in their yard? Wouldn't be great if your street turned into an Avenue of US Flags?
 
Encourage your friends and neighbors to subscribe by allowing us to place a LOVE MY FLAG yard sign near your flag. The sign contains information how they to can subscribe. If you would like a yard sign please click here.
 
Please share this Flag Subscription News publication with your neighbors and encourage them to join you in displaying the flag during patriotic holidays.
Know a Lewisville, Flower Mound or Highland Village Veteran that would love a flag at their curbside during the holidays?
A great gift for a vet.
 
Consider a flag subscription that says "thinking of you" during each of the patriotic holidays. This is a great way to say thank you to those vets or to the family members with lost warriors that live in our service area bounded by zip codes 75022, 75028, 75056, 75067, 75077 and 76226.
 
Simply mark "This is a Gift" for the "are you a renewal customer question. Or, if completing manual form, mark "This is a Gift" in the Special Instructions section at bottom of form.
 
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