Pride, patriotism and performance in honoring the military heroes in our community
SOURCE: Avista Utilities
Two flag raisings took place. The first flag rose in honor of Line Foreman, Gene Dickenson’s uncle, who served in World War II. Dickenson’s uncle, Dan Marshall, served in the U.S. Army from 1942-1945. Marshall’s flag was raised to the top of the pole and then lowered to half staff while The Star-Spangled Banner was sung by guest, Sandy Riggers of Craigmont, Idaho. Dickenson was later presented with his uncle’s flag – something his family wanted him to have.
KEYWORDS: csr, Shared Value, patriotism, Veterans, Avista Utilities, Flag Pole Dedication, The Lewis Clark Valley Veterans Council
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