|August 9-11, 2013|
From the 9th through the 11th of August Sheridan County will host their first Field of Honor® flag display at the foot of the Big Horn Mountains. The Healing Field® and Field of Honor® flag display programs began on the first anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks as a way to depict the immensity of loss we suffered, not in depressing images of broken concrete and twisted steel, but through an uplifting posting of three thousand flags—one for each victim lost that day. The concept spread to communities around the country and expanded to embrace other causes. Sheridan County has chosen to present a Field of Honor event in tribute to our veterans, our military and our first responders. Organizers and volunteers will post 1,000 U.S. flags on the lawns of Sheridan College located at 3059 Coffeen Avenue. Flags can be sponsored to honor individual veterans, service members and first responders. Proceeds from sponsorship of the flags will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.
|Please join with the Sheridan County community by sponsoring flags, volunteering to help and especially by visiting this impressive display of our national flag. Walk with us through the sea of red, white and blue at an event that will draw Sheridan County residents together in a memorable experience.|
Wounded Warrior Project
Project Chair – Carla Klopfenstein
Secretary/Communications- Jana Clements
Fundraiser Chair – Jacque Harrond
Volunteer Chair – Lucy Widener
Field Coordinator Chair – Kent Anderson & Brett Burtis
Present an inspiring display for your community. Promote awareness for your group or issue. Raise funds for your cause or charity.
Use of Colonial Flag Foundation's protected property for any commercial purpose whatsoever, without express written permission is not authorized. Fields of Flags by any name for fundraising purposes are patent protected. Unauthorized distribution, duplication, alteration or other use, including without limitation any trademark, image, drawing, text, likeness or photograph may constitute a violation of the laws of copyright and trademark and may be prosecuted under criminal and/or civil law.