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3636 Woodview Trace Indianapolis, IN

9/11 ~ 20th Anniversary
Remember the Day We Lost So Many….and Stood Together!!!

September 8th – 13th 2021
3636 Wood view Trace, Indianapolis, IN 46268-3196 USA

This September 11th marks the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that set a chain of events in motion that two short hours later would take the lives of 2,977 people in a horrific act of cowardice. For several panic-stricken hours, America witnessed the inexpressible, the incomprehensible, and the unthinkable.

The first positive image to come out of the terror that awful day was the American Flag.

One year later on September 11, 2002 we wanted to show the magnitude of the loss with a field of flags. The first Healing Field® flag display was erected in Sandy, Utah on September 10th, 2002 with the help of many community volunteers. The field consisted of 3,031 large US flags posted in perfect rows and columns, representing each life lost on that tragic day.

As we approach the 20th anniversary it’s the perfect opportunity for all of us to unite our communities and pay tribute to the lives lost on that tragic day. While we remember those killed that day, we also honor the many who have been killed or injured in protecting our freedom as well as those first responders & essential workers who serve us every day in our communities.

Remember the Day We Lost So Many….and Stood Together!!!

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Despite the pandemic, Mansfield continued its annual display to honor its heroes

Wicked Local Mansfield
With many local spring events and celebrations cancelled due to the coronavirus, it boosted spirits to see the Mansfield Field of Honor once again rise up next to the South Common.

Field Of Flags Display Created In Mansfield

CBS Boston
A large number of volunteers were not able to help set up this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. WBZ-TV’s Louisa Moller reports. 7 hours ago …

Mansfield Field Of Flags Pops Up In Time For Memorial Day

CBS Boston
MANSFIELD (CBS) — To some people it may just look like a field of flags with no thought given to who put them there or what they signify, but not for …

The Sun Chronicle
This year’s display has almost 400 flags to honor military veterans and first responders who by their actions and lives have honored the flag. A banner …

Wicked Local Mansfield
The Field of Honor will return this spring with its display of American flags dedicated to veterans and first responders stretching along West Street.  Each flag has a sponsor which raises funds for veterans services. The flags are also dedicated to veterans, police and firefighters and active servicemen and women.The committee donated $500 to a veterans memorial fund when it appeared before the Select Board Jan. 16 to get its annual permit.
Field of Honor Committee Chairman Jeri Rumsis shared the other efforts supported with funds from Mansfield’s Field of Honor over the past year.The committee donated $5,000 to America’s Vet Dogs for a puppy who will be named Hero and become a service dog for a veteran.

Mansfield Marine and his town in red, white and blue salute to fellow servicemen
The Sun Chronicle
When Mansfield resident Joel Devine was winding up his service with the Marine Corps in Hawaii last summer, he wondered what kind of keepsake he could give his fellow platoon members who were soon to be deployed to South Korea.

Mansfield Field of Honor prepares for May flag display
Wicked Local Mansfield
US Marine Joel Devine of Mansfield was stationed with the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Maine Division in Hawaii and needed help. He had a group of Marines being deployed to South Korea and he wanted to give them each a US flag.

Mansfield’s Field of Honor rises this weekend
Wicked Local Mansfield
Mansfield’s Field of Honor will be installed Saturday, May 20 and remain on view until June 17.

Unflagging patriotism: Mansfield Field of Honor in third year
Wicked Local Mansfield
Last weekend the third annual Field of Honor was erected, with more than 300 American flags standing in perfect rows next to the South Common. Each flag represents an individual and tells a story about a member of the active U.S. military, a veteran, a first responder or a hometown hero, including teachers, coaches and others who make positive impacts in our community.

Mansfield’s ‘Field of Honor’ kicks off May 20
The Sun Chronicle
Mansfield’s Field of Honor, a giant display of American flags honoring veterans, service personnel, first responders and community heroes, will hold its opening ceremony and erect hundreds of flags at the Keach Memorial near the South Common on Saturday, May 20.
Field of Honor volunteers show Mansfield’s patriotic pride
Wicked Local Mansfield
On Saturday, May 20, Scouts of all ages helped troop leaders and others prepare flags for third annual Field of Honor presentation. The Field of Honor was then officially opened with a special ceremony. The Field of Honor will be on display along West Street until June 17.
Mansfield notebook: Chamber auction set to go
The Sun Chronicle
Field of Honor seeks sponsors, flag buyers
Mansfield’s Field of Honor volunteers point out that the deadline for purchasing American Flags for the annual benefit display on West Street is Tuesday, May 1.
The mammoth flag display is scheduled to begin Saturday, May 19.
Mansfield pride on display in Field of Honor
Wicked Local Mansfield
More than 300 flags wave in the breeze along West Street this month for Mansfield’s fourth annual Field of Honor.Each May, the Field of Honor …

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Local Organizing Committee:
Project Chair: Alyson Burch
Fundraising Treasurer Chair: Steve Goettler
P.R. Chair: James Williams
Program Chair: Robin Adair
Volunteer Chair: Darcy Hanley
Field Coordinator Chair: Frank Bell


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