All of a Sudden, no USA!

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Vets of WWII

 

 We are ... 
The Court of Honor      
 

Our mission since 1961 has been to provide our community with a Memorial Day Service and a Veterans Day Service every year. We also act as a repository for the burial flags of Montgomery County, Iowa veterans. Veterans’ families may dedicate their deceased veterans flag to the Court of Honor for safe keeping. The family retains ownership of the flag. The Court of Honor preserves and stores the flags and on Memorial Day the Court of Honor with the help of hundreds of community volunteers flys them all around Evergreen Cemetery here in Red Oak, Iowa. For more click here

 
 
 

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We Honor the FLAG!
Flag Services 

We incorporate veterans' stories and as well as information on the "United States Flag Code".  Be advised also that we sell flags and flag poles, as well as provide a repository for flag disposal. We invite you to browse the 'Flag Library' and let us know if you have questions or comments.


Riddle... 

What is greater than GOD...more evil than the devil...the poor have it...the rich need it...if you eat it, you will die!

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 Our Vision and Goals 

Court of Honor's website is intended to educate and inform... to be a source for information, resources, and services...for more see our ByLaws

We also want the community to know that...

Interesting Monument_ Indeed Awesome!

I never knew about this before.
England's Stonehenge or Egypt's Karnak or Abu Simbel have nothing on us. Our memorial even has a plaque pedestal to explain it all. Archaeologists of the future won't have to guess what the site is all about.

Anthem Veteran's Memorial

At precisely 11:11 a.m. each Veterans Day (Nov. 11), the sun's rays pass through the ellipses of the five Armed Services pillars to form a perfect solar spotlight over a mosaic of The Great Seal of the United States. (to go to website, click here)

Very interesting! Why is it so under-publicized?