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Seguin, TX ~ Field of Honor® 2020

June 27, 2020July 5, 2020

1326 E Cedar St Seguin, MA

June 27 – July 5, 2020
Faith Lutheran Church, 1326 E. Cedar St., Seguin, TX 78155

 

Celebrating the Fourth of July in style, Seguin makes good on the boast that the city is “Real America” and “Real Texas.”  A Freedom Fiesta, a Patriotic Concert and a Fiesta of Fireworks are capped by the Biggest Small Town Fourth of July Parade in Texas to prove this out.  What more can add to the festivities?

1,000 United States flags flying atop 7½ foot white flagstaffs on the grassy field at 1326 East Cedar Street create the magnificent panorama of Seguin’s 2nd Annual Field of Honor® display.  The flags honor those who by their lives have honored the flag, and this tribute gives increased meaning to America’s great national holiday.

Military, Veterans, the Fallen, Firefighters, Police and Emergency Medical Service providers have earned our thanks by their selfless service & sacrifice, and United States flags flown in their honor offers a fitting tribute.  There is no better time for this tribute that during the days surrounding the Fourth of July.

This inspiring and memorable display will draw Guadalupe County residents together. The vista of red, white and blue is hard to describe, but once experienced it is not to be forgotten.

The Seguin Field of Honor® display 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 making a donation.

We invite all to join with us as we remember and honor our nation’s heroes. The Field of Honor® can be visited from June 27th to July 5th.  This is an event not to be missed.

 

Benefiting Charities:
SS American Memorial

Hosted By:
Faith Lutheran Church, Seguin, TX

Local Organizing Committee:
Project Chair: Connie Ramirez
Co Project Chair: Chris Aviles
Fundraiser Treasurer Chair: Aurelio “Joe” Medina
Public Relations Chair: Mark Salinas
Program Chair: Ernest Ramirez
Volunteer Chair: Donna Smith
Field Coordinator Chair: William “Billy” Smith
Committee Member: Kathy Aviles

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In The News

In The News

1,000 flags planted to honor, remember, all veterans, military and first responders 
The Seguin Gazette
Several rows of more than 1,000 American flags stood tall and flapped in the wind as a light breeze swept through the field on the corner of North State Highway 123 and Cedar Street Saturday morning.

Red, white & proud: First Seguin Field of Honor closes with a promise to return as a tradition
The Seguin Gazette
The field that housed more than 1,000 flags may be gone, but it will not be forgotten.

July 4th festivities take serious work
The Seguin Gazette
Seguin celebrated the Independence Day holiday the only way it knows how to celebrate – with style.

Residents to honor veterans, responders with field of flags

The Seguin Gazette
A sea of red, white and blue is set to be the sight on the corner of East Cedar Street and North Highway 123 Bypass.

More than 1,000 American flags honoring veterans and first responders are expected to go up for the Seguin Field of Honor at a field adjacent to the Faith Lutheran Church from June 29 to July 6.

“It all started here in Nixon — the town that I’m the chief of police — last year when they had a Field of Honor,” Seguin Field of Honor Committee Project co-chair Chris Aviles said. “So, we figured if Nixon can do it and they are a small town of a few hundred veterans. Well, Seguin having 22,000 or more veterans then why not Seguin. Seguin is the perfect patriotic town.”

Field of Honor 1,000 flags planted to honor, remember, all veterans, military and first responder

Valerie Bustamante The Seguin Gazette Jun 30, 2019 Updated 22 hrs ago
Several rows of more than 1,000 American flags stood tall and flapped in the wind as a light breeze swept through the field on the corner of North State Highway 123 and Cedar Street Saturday morning.

While the flags stood tall, families and friends walked through the endless rows of red, white and blue in search of the ones honoring the service men and women in their lives at Seguin’s first Field of Honor.
Each of the flags remembers and honors all veterans, active duty military and first responders.

You can dedicate a flag for your hero at this years Field of Honor in Seguin
News4sa

SEGUIN, Texas — You can help honor our nations heroes through a brand new event coming to the city.
Field of Honor 2019 is a commemoration and patriotic event designed to honor our nations heroes, veterans and first responders.
The event started in Nixon, Texas and is now coming to Seguin.

Group selling hundreds flags for patriotic flag display in Seguin; Proceeds benefit SS American Memorial in Seguin

Seguin, TX, USA / Seguin Today
Cindy Aguirre
June 13, 2019 07:06 am
(Seguin) — The unique story and timeline behind what has become a veterans and wounded warrior haven in Seguin continues forward as the SS American Memorial at the Lazy U Ranch is named the beneficiary of the community’s first ever Field of Honor event.

Details

Start:
June 27, 2020
End:
July 5, 2020
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Venue

Faith Lutheran Church
1326 E Cedar St
Seguin, MA 78155 United States
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