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Mesquite, NV 2019 – Field of Honor®

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November 10, 2019November 17, 2019

100 W Old Mill Road Mesquite, NV

November 10th – 17th, 2019
Mesquite Recreation Center Park 100 W. Old Mill Road, Mesquite NV 89027

“One Thousand Flags Over Mesquite” will fly proudly for the 14th time creating a stunning panorama that has become a Clark County cherished event each November. Timed to coincide with Veterans Day, this event reflects the hard work and dedication of Mesquite’s Exchange Club. Club members and volunteers honor the Stars & Stripes through their service to the community, while making it possible for flag sponsors to pay tribute to those who have honored the flag through their lives of service and sacrifice. In this way, the flag honors those who have honored the flag.

Each flag honors an individual and tell one of the many stories that combined give Old Glory its meaning. Walking amid the posted flags, visitors to Mesquite’s Field of Honor® formation of flags experience emotions that are difficult to explain but not to be forgotten.

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

Support Your Local Field

Sponsor it, Own it, Take it home and continue the tribute!

Flag sales and Sponsorships have been completed for this event.

Thank you for your Support!

Benefiting Charities:
Exchange Club of Mesquite Foundation

Hosted By:
Exchange Club of Mesquite

Local Organizing Committee:
Project Chair: Barbara Benedict
Fundraiser Treasurer Chair: Paul Benedict

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In The News

In The News

Exchange Club Holds 13th Annual 1000 Flags Event
Moapa Valley Progress
The Exchange Club of Mesquite facilitated the 13th annual One Thousand Flags Over Mesquite event last week from November 4-11.

Another year, another 1000 flags of honor
Mesquite Local News
For 13 years, 1000 flags have flown in honor of those living who have served our country and sadly for those no longer with us. Dedicated to every veteran who gave their all; some losing their lives fighting for their country, some gone long after their service ended but none
The Exchange Club’s President, Susan Jenkins,(L) presented Eureka’s Gerrie Chasko (Center) with a plaque honoring her involvement in the community, her dedication to the military, disabled veteran’s and Mesquite’s nonprofit organizations, making Mesquite a better place to live through her participation and leadership in the Eureka Community Initiative. Bagpipe player, Dennis Hangey (R) escorted Chasko to the podium to receive the honor. Chasko and the Eureka were one of the first supporters and through the years have continued to be the largest supporter of the event sponsored by the Mesquite Exchange Club. Photo by Teri Nehrenz forgotten to those of us who live on in freedom because of their sacrifice.

Mesquite Local News
The Exchange Club of Mesquite invites you to again be part of an awe-inspiring Mesquite tradition as they present the Thirteenth Annual One Thousand Flags over Mesquite tribute to our military and our veterans.

The field of 1000 American flags will be assembled on the west field of the Mesquite Recreation Center on Sunday morning, Nov. 4, and will stand proudly until Nov. 11, 24 hours a day, rain or shine. Of course, the field is lighted at night, and volunteers from our community will maintain a watchful vigil at the field every minute of every day.

Mesquite, Nevada, finds itself tied to Las Vegas shooting
The first two rows of the 300×33 field of American flags have been dedicated to the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. Fifty-eight flags have an individual name and photo — one for each person who was killed. Another flag is a tribute to the wounded, and there’s another for the first responders.

One Thousand Flags Over Mesquite opens Nov. 5
The Spectrum
One Thousand Flags Over Mesquite, an annual tribute to military and veterans organized by the Exchange Club of Mesquite, will open Sunday morning (Nov. 5) on the west field of the Mesquite Recreation Center.

1,000 flags in Mesquite includes tribute to Las Vegas shooting victims
3 News Las Vegas
Mesquite, Nev. has its own tragic ties to the Las Vegas mass shooting. The gunman lived there. The people of Mesquite have been horrified by the massacre, but now, the community is honoring the dead with American flags.


November 10, 2019
November 17, 2019
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100 W. Old Mill Road, Mesquite NV 89027
100 W Old Mill Road
Mesquite, NV 89027 United States
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