November 7th to 15th, 2020
Town Square Park, 1 Town Square, Murrieta, CA 82562
One characteristic that makes the Murrieta Field of Honor® successful year after year is that the Rotary Club’s goal is to add something each year. With COVID-19, 2020 has added unwelcome restrictions that challenge Rotary and the City of Murrieta. The something new this year will be delivering an impressive display following pandemic measures. Murrieta’s host committee is up the challenge. While being breathtaking as always, the display will allow for appropriate social distances and following all COVID-19 safety procedures.
If there was ever a year that area residents need the positive message of unity and hope, it is now. The display reminds us of our shared history, values and aspirations, and the massive formation of Red, White & Blue offers certain hope that we will successfully overcome this pandemic.
A retired U.S. Marine Corps sergeant observed that after wars and national calamities the flags have come out. “Now,” he said, “it is time for the flags to come out again.”
The 12th Anniversary Field of Honor provides the Murrieta community with the opportunity to be part of this magnificent local tradition. The event is a gift to the community made possible through donations and sponsorships. Please show your support and gratitude by sponsoring a flag or making a donation. Each flag tells a story and expresses gratitude by honoring a hero.
Here’s the new president of Rotary Club of Murrieta
The Murrieta club, chartered April 28, 1992, is known for several signature projects including the Murrieta Field of Honor, which will celebrate its 12th …
Here’s How You Can Nominate a ‘Hero’ for this Year’s Murrieta Field of Honor Event
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The Rotary Club of Murrieta is hosting their “Murrieta Field of Honor” event for the eleventh consecutive year and is encouraging the public to nominate a hero.
Murrieta Rotary, Fire and Rescue Department team up on life-saving program
MURRIETA – The Rotary Club of Murrieta presented the Murrieta Fire and Rescue Department with a $10,000 donation, enabling it to purchase PulsePoint, a system capable of increasing the survival rate of sudden cardiac arrests in Murrieta.
10th annual Murrieta Field of Honor remembers those who serve
Bob Lyons views the more than 2,000 American flags on display at Murrieta Town Square Park during the 10th annual week long Field of Honor presented by the Murrieta Rotary Club, Nov. 12
Murrieta’s Field of Honor — where 2,018 American flags fly — salutes veterans for 10th year
A sea of American flags greeted hundreds of school children Tuesday, Nov. 13, at Town Square Park in Murrieta. They took field trips to the 10th annual Field of Honor, again organized by the Rotary Club of Murrieta and the city. The event honors those in the armed forces, law enforcement, fire and personal heroes by flying 2,018 U.S.flags at the park.
10th annual Murrieta Field of Honor in Town Square Park debuts Nov. 10
MURRIETA – The 10th annual Murrieta Field of Honor, set among 2,018 full-sized American flags, will rise in Murrieta’s Town Square Park Nov. 10 and fly through Nov. 17.
Patriotism lessons on the ‘Field of Honor’
Patriotism is in the daily news this fall as controversies rage over singing the national anthem, standing or kneeling or not taking the playing field at all. But at the Murrieta Rotary Field of Honor, which opens this weekend, lessons in patriotism are everywhere, and thousands of elementary students can be seen, pencils and this magazine in hand, as they complete their lessons.
PHOTOS: Murrieta Honors Veterans With Parade, Field Of Flags
If there’s one thing the city of Murrieta, its residents and their Southwest Riverside County neighbors always come together for, it’s the week-long Murrieta Rotary Field of Honor capped off by the annual Veterans Day Parade. This year, the patriotic tradition continued as rows upon rows of American flags with yellow ribbons dedicated to military veterans past and present graced Town Square Park.
Murrieta’s Field of Honor
Before It’s News
Murrieta Rotary’s awe-inspiring, emotion-filled patriotic event, the Field of Honor, flies again this Veterans Day week, when hundreds of folks from the region recognize their personal heroes with a flag. More than 2,000 full-sized American flags will be set up in perfect rows and columns for the week-long event that also features a number of other activities.
Heroes recognized, remembered at Field of Honor
Natalie Rossi, 11, runs through the more than 2,000 American flags on display at the annual Field of Honor at Town Square Park in Murrieta, Nov. 5. The event is hosted by the Murrieta Rotary Club and will be on display until, Nov. 11. Shane Gibson photo
Murrieta Rotary honors heroes in upcoming 2017 Field Of Honor
All From The Heart, founded by its President Judy Harter, is being honored at a hero at Murrieta’s 2017 Field of Honor by the Rotary Club for its work honoring local military families.
Murieta Rotary Foundation
Rotary Club of Murrieta
Local Organizing Committee:
Project Chair: LouEllen Ficke
Co-Chair: Frank Donahoe
Treasurer/Fundraiser Chair: Steve Nicholson
PR Chair: Linda Dozier
Program Chair: John Brown
Committee Member: Bob Bryant