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Hornell, NY ~ Field of Honor® – 2021

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November 8November 12

1 Steuben Square Hornell, NY

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November 8th – 12th 2021
Community Bank 1 Steuben Square, Hornell, NY 14843 USA

It’s the 11th Annual Field of Honor® display posting hundreds of United States flags to honor heroes that have served, protected and defended our nation at home and around the world.  Each U.S. flag represents an individual and tells a story.  Flags may be sponsored to honor individuals from 9/11 Memorial or currently serving in our Active-Duty Military, Fallen Servicemen and Women, First Responders, Veterans, Vietnam Veterans, Hometown Heroes, Covid-19 Victims.   This unique event is the perfect opportunity for all of us to remember and honor our many heroes.

This impressive community event is 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. Please come and bring family & friends.

www.saacademy.org

The display is open to all without charge. Don’t miss it!

Thank You

Event Sponsors

 

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In The News

In The News

St. Ann’s raises funds for Bath VA veterans 
The Tribune

Students purchase gifts for 30 veterans

HORNELL — Hundreds of people drive by the beautiful week-long display that is the St Ann’s Academy Field of Honor each year around Veterans Day.

Flurries and flags fly on Veterans Day in Hornell
The Tribune
Hornell unveils plans for Patriotic Banners
HORNELL — The snowflakes sifting onto Veterans Day ceremonies in Hornell served two purposes on Sunday: they were 3-D replicas of the stars in the Star Spangled Banner, and they reminded everyone present that American service members have endured much harsher, much more extreme weather protecting our nation.

Hornell marks Veterans Day with full slate of events
The Tribune
One day a year is not enough to thank our veterans, but on Saturday, the people of the Hornell area focused their efforts in unprecedented fashion, with a Veterans Day full of events to say thank you.

We’ll post news stories about the event here as they are published.

Benefiting Charities:
St. Ann’s Academy

Hosted By:
St. Ann’s Academy

Local Organizing Committee:
Project Chair:
Kriste Gerhard
Co-Project Chair:
Chris Brewer
Fundraiser Treasurer Chair:
Jerome O’Connor
Volunteer Chair:
Laura Picco

Details

Start:
November 8
End:
November 12

Venue

1 Steuben Square
1 Steuben Square
Hornell, NY 14843 United States
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