May 23-25, 2015—265 West Thompson Lane at the First Methodist Church Field
|In the days leading up to Memorial Day, the Murfreesboro Noon Exchange Club will post hundreds of flags in tribute to our veterans, our military, and our personal heroes. The 7th Annual Healing Field® Flag of Remembrance will be held at 265 West Thompson Lane at the First Methodist Church field. Those who have visited earlier Healing Field® events in Murfreesboro will know what to expect and will not be disappointed. Those visiting the event for the first time are in for an awe-inspiring surprise. A grassy field posted with hundreds of U.S. flags presents an unforgettable panorama of red, white and blue that has earned the description “healing” as part of its name.|
|We invite all to visit and support the Murfreesboro Healing Field® Flags of Remembrance display. Walk with us amid the ordered rows of Old Glory where each full-sized flag waves atop an eight foot white staff in a stirring formation. Standing amid the flags, we remember and reflect in a salute of the living to those who died defending our nation and way of life.|
|Sponsored flags will be available for pick-up at the conclusion of the event on May 25th at 7:00 P.M.
Online flag sponsorships have been discontinued for this year.
Murfreesboro Exchange Club Family Center.
Murfreesboro Noon Exchange Club.
Project Chair – Don Wright
Co-Chair – Rebecca Talley
Treasurer & Fundraising Chair – John Stracener
PR Chair – Don Wright
Field Coordinator – Phil Barkley
Volunteer Chair- Nancy McGill
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