2017 Flags for Heroes Recipients Receive $48,796 in Support


The sixth year of the Easton Rotary’s moving Flags for Heroes project was celebrated last week in Talbot County when the I have attached the picture of the recipients of Flags funds. I have also attached the program from that meeting
and it lists major sponsors and the recipients of the funds.

Starting with John Flohr bringing his idea to then Rotary president Jackie Wilson in 2011, Flags for Heroes displayed over 1,000 flags this year showing how popular the project has become.

Here are some of those sponsors and grant recipients:

Acknowledge $1,000 Sponsors
Aqua Pools & Spa
Dawkins Management, Inc.
Lewis Auto Body Shop, LLC
Londonderry on the Tred Avon
Pixel Print & Post
Preston Automotive Group

Acknowledge $500 Sponsors
Ewing Dietz Fountain & Kaludis
Provident State Bank
Morgan Stanley- Wilford Nagel Group
Invincible Investment LLC
Nagel Farms

Acknowledge od Founding Partners
Town of Easton, The Star Democrat and Easton Utilities

Fund Recipients 
Spring Hill Cemetery, Civil Air Patrol, Talbot Hospice, Mental Health Association of the Eastern Shore, Easton Police Department, Easton Volunteer Fire Department, Talbot Paramedic Foundation, Mid-Shore Recovering Veterans, NJROTC at Easton High School, For All Seasons, Inc., Richards Memorial Park, Operation Open Arms, St. Vincent DePaul Society, Tidewater Rotary Club – Talbot Goes Purple,  Lady Patriots of the Eastern Shore, Widows of Warriors, VFW Post 5118.

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