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Asheboro, NC 5th Annual Field of Honor 2020®

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November 7, 2020November 8, 2020

523 West Walker Ave Asheboro, NC

November 7 – 8, 2020 at the corner of Park Street and Dixie Drive
SAMS Baseball Field, South Asheboro Middle School – 523 West Walker Ave Asheboro, NC 27203

Those traveling along the West Dixie Drive this Veterans Day weekend will again be rewarded with an exceptional view of 500 United States flag flying atop 7½ foot white flagstaffs. Truckers who pass through Asheboro often sound their horns in salute to the scene.  Pull off at Park Street and find a spot in the adjacent parking lot and you will be rewarded by Asheboro’s 5th Annual Field of Honor® display.

The Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce joins together with the Asheboro Rotary Club each year at Veterans Day to host the Field of Honor® display as a way to draw together the residents of the Randolph County and surrounding communities.  Hard to adequately describe, this event must be experienced to be fully appreciated.

Each flag flown in the Asheboro Field of Honor® display represents an individual and tells a story of service and sacrifice as sponsored flags honor individuals. The event is the perfect opportunity for all of us to remember and honor those who serve to protect our nation and our community. The funds raised will benefit the charitable programs of the Rotary Club of Asheboro & Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce.

The Asheboro Field of Honor® display is a gift to the community made possible through donations, sponsorships and the efforts of many dedicated volunteers. Please show your support and gratitude by sponsoring a flag or making a donation.

The display is open to all without charge, and we invite all to visit the Asheboro Field of Honor® display and walk among the posted flags. This is an experience that is not to be missed.

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In The News

In The News

Honor Guard receives Field of Honor funds
The Courier-Tribune
Richard Garkalns, center, accepts a check for $1,500 on behalf of the Randolph County Honor Guard from the Rotary Club of Asheboro and the Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce at Rotary’s Jan. 15 meeting at Pinewood Country Cub in Asheboro. Presenting the check are Linda Brown, chamber president, right, and Christie Smith, Rotary president. The funding was made possible through the 3rd annual Field of Honor, jointly presented by the chamber and Rotary.

700 American flags honor heroes and veterans of the community in Randolph County
RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — Driving passing by South Asheboro Middle School, you can see 700 American flags standing in a formation honoring heroes and veterans of the community.
Asheboro and Randolph Chamber of Commerce President Linda Brown said the first Field of Honor display came about as a way to bring the community together.

Chamber honors many, including Citizen of the Year Harold Brubaker
The Courier Tribune
ASHEBORO — The Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce 92nd Annual Meeting, held at Pinewood Country Club Friday, celebrated a stellar year for the chamber and the community.

Veterans Honored with Hundreds of US Flags Along US 64 in Asheboro
WFMY News 2
This Veterans’ Day weekend, drivers on highway US 64 in Asheboro will get a view of 700 American flags adorning the South Asheboro Middle School ball field. Visitors can stop by the Asheboro/Randolph Field of Honor at 523 West Walker Avenue in Asheboro.

2017 Field of Honor
Randolph Communications
The baseball field at South Asheboro Middle School will be transformed into a Field of Honor with 500 U.S. flags posted in perfect rows and columns in tribute of Heroes. Join the Asheboro Rotary Club and the Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce during Veterans Day weekend as they present a panorama of Stars and Stripes.

Field of Honor salutes heroes
The Courier-Tribune
Nancie Smith-Thompson lives in Montgomery County, but was in Asheboro shopping Friday when she saw 700 flags on display in the South Asheboro Middle School field. She had to stop and find out “what was going on.” When she did, she almost cried.

Field of Honor 2017
Courier Tribune
For the second year, the Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce and the Asheboro Rotary Club will recognize heroes, including veterans, active duty service men and women, first responders and law enforcement with the Field of Honor.

We’ll post news stories about the event here as they are published. CLICK HERE for some of the latest national NEWS stories.

Benefiting Charities:
The Asheboro Rotary Club Foundation
The Asheboro/Randolph Chamber Foundation

Hosted By:
Asheboro Rotary Club & Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce

Local Organizing Committee:
Project Chair: John Revell
Co-Chair: Amy Rudisell
Treasurer/Fundraiser Chairs: Brad Crumpler & Matthew Smith
PR Chairs:  Kelly Heath
Program Chairs: James Gouty & Kelly Heath
Volunteer Chairs: Amanda Varner
Field Coordinator Chairs: Ed Keller & Mike Mize


November 7, 2020
November 8, 2020
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SAMS Baseball Field
523 West Walker Ave
Asheboro, NC 27203 United States
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