GRC Cadets Place Flags On Veterans’ Graves

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 11/09/2013 10:06 pm

George Rogers Clark High School JROTC Cadets put flags at veterans’ graves on Saturday.

Organizers said around 50 cadets placed 500 flags out at The Winchester Cemetery.

Some of the cadets said this hits home because they have also signed up to serve our country.

The flags honored veterans that have sacrificed and served our country.

The GRC Cadets usually put the flags on the graves twice a year.

Veterans Day is this Monday.

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