Courtesy Photo / Jordin Michelle Sember 
American Legion Auke Bay Post 25 disposed of the flags that were collected over the past winter. The flags were disposed of in a ceremony and in accordance with regulations.

Courtesy Photo / Jordin Michelle Sember American Legion Auke Bay Post 25 disposed of the flags that were collected over the past winter. The flags were disposed of in a ceremony and in accordance with regulations.

American Legion holds flag ceremony

Over 100 unserviceable, torn or worn flags were disposed of.

The American Legion Auke Bay Post 25 properly disposed of over 100 flags last Saturday.

The post has flag disposal boxes at the Sportsman’s Warehouse, Foodland IGA and Western Auto where the public can drop off unserviceable, torn or worn flags that are properly disposed of with a ceremony and to regulations. This is a public service provided by the Auke Bay Post #25 to the public.

The next public event for the American Legion will be posting U.S. flags on all veterans’ graves and markers at the Juneau Memorial Park prior to Memorial Day and conducting Memorial Day services at the Juneau Memorial Park on Memorial Day.

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