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Memorial Day Reflections

We here at Flag-Works love feedback from our customers. This letter below is reprinted with permission and we would like to thank all that participated in this event a healthy and happy life, when you help others your return is tenfold.

Dear Patrick; I want to share with you some reflections by our students on our field trip to Monadnock View Cemetery in Keene, NH. Thanks to you and your staff for the excellent service you provided. The flags were put to great use. You helped us create a memorable Memorial Day for our students.

Memorial Day Reflections 2019

On Friday, May 24, 2019, approximately 105 students and 10 staff members from 7th Grade Cluster D, Keene Middle School visited the Monadnock View Cemetery to decorate the graves of veterans. Prior to the field trip, students learned about the history and significance of Memorial Day in classes and in a whole-school assembly. Students met members of the VFW and assisted them in placing flags at the cemetery. Cluster D donated 288 flags. Students wrote reflections about their experiences.  Their responses were overwhelmingly positive.

“The most memorable part of the visit was being able to honor those who had fallen in battle.”

“People care about the fallen and want to honor them and thank their families.”

“It felt meaningful to put flags by the graves.”

“The most memorable part of the visit was was walking around and seeing all the the people who died for our freedom. It really showed me how much they sacrificed.”

“It felt good to do community service to honor those who gave their lives for our country.”

“I see it as an honorable way to remember those who gave their lives for our country.”

“I enjoyed visiting the graves with friends, placing flags, and visiting my great-grandfather’s grave.”

“I feel thankful for all the people brave enough to fight for us.”

“It felt great honoring those who fought for our country to show we have not forgotten them.”

“I remember the day for those who have fought and died for us.”

“The most memorable part of the visit for me was placing flags on the graves of those who served. It was a nice way to honor them and their service.”

“The visit made me more aware of all the service members who sacrificed for our country.”

“I thought of my grandfather and great-grandfather who served our country.”

“I loved placing the flags on the grave sites of fallen military veterans. It was a great experience.”

“I liked seeing all the flags we placed. It was great to see everyone come together to put the flags on the graves.”

“The most memorable part of our visit to the Monadnock View Cemetery was just the fact that we gave back to our community.”

“The most memorable part of the field trip was seeing all of the flags on the graves when we finished. It was beautiful seeing the cemetery decorated.”

“Seeing all the flags on the graves made it seem like everyone was at peace.”

Here are some photos:

Respectfully,

Mr. Eric Stinebring

Cluster D Social Studies

Keene Middle School

What Makes A Quality Grave Marker Stick Flag

Economy Parade Stick Flag. Flag has a 5/16 by 30″ shaft, 3 staples, Plastic or small wooden spear top, flag material is poly-cotton no-frey (not hemmed)

Quality grave marker stick flag. 3/8 by 30″ wood shaft, stapled wood spear, four staples, poly-cotton American flag hemmed on four sides

View of staples, spear top hemmed, sides and shaft.

Many veterans groups and towns purchase grave markers for their veterans in the town cemetery. Flag-Works has been providing a quality made in America stick flag for that marker, since 1996. The points to note would be why a 3/8″ by 30″ shaft. Well these sticks either are pushed into the ground or placed in a grave marker. The thicker promotes less breakage when inserted in the ground. The grave marker holes to hold the flag are designed for the 3/8″ shaft. If you use the 5/16″ shaft the wind can easily blow the flag out of the holder. Having 4 staples assures the customer that the flag will stay attached to the shaft. The hemming of the edges assures a flag that will not frey and has a great presentation. A stapled on wood painted spear provides a top that will not come of with the rough handling of the flags, as most groups purchase the flag by the gross (144 flags per box). All the above should be taken into consideration when purchasing a grave marker stick flag.

Coming Soon To Our Stock! Thin Blue Line US.

Flag-Works Over America is proud to announce the Newest Flag in our stock! The 3×5 Thin Blue Line US has been placed in our inventory in honor of the fallen officers in America and all over the world. Our hearts and prayers are with the families and friends.   Thank you all who serve us to keep our freedom free! God Bless.

Blue Thin Line US (1)

Grave Marker Flags and Grave Markers

Grave marker flags

It is that time of year again. Memorial Day coming up soon and everyone is putting new grave marker flags at their loved ones grave. Flag-Works has a great stock of grave marker flags and grave markers. Grave markers comes in Bronze, Aluminum and Plastic.

Flag-Works provides quality made Grave Marker Flags. These grave marker flags are just the right size for the Veteran’s grave markers that are available in brass or plastic.  They are 12″ x 18″ all edges are sewn, mounted on 30″ wooden shaft with wooden gold finial. Cemetery flags are made using a poly/cotton material, are sewn (hemmed) on all four sides and are made in America. 

Grave marker flags are available in USA, Military, POW/MIA and Fire Dept.

Grave Marker Flags

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Flag-Works provides quality made Grave Marker Flags. These grave marker flags are just the right size for the Veteran’s grave markers that are available in brass or plastic.  They are 12″ x 18″ all edges are sewn, mounted on 30″ wooden shaft with wooden gold finial. Cemetery flags are made using a poly/cotton material, are sewn (hemmed) on all four sides and are Made in America.

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