Scouts learn importance of retiring flags


The Washington Court House Boy Scout Troop 112 retired 46 flags on Flag Day as part of their scout training across from First Presbyterian Church Tuesday.


Scout leaders have always emphasized the importance of keeping flags looking nice as a way to honor the United States of America. Some of the leaders are shown here retiring an Ohio State flag.


The Washington Court House Boy Scout Troop 112 retired 46 flags on Flag Day as part of their scout training across from First Presbyterian Church Tuesday.

Scout leaders have always emphasized the importance of keeping flags looking nice as a way to honor the United States of America. Some of the leaders are shown here retiring an Ohio State flag.

The Washington Court House Boy Scout Troop 112 retired 46 flags on Flag Day as part of their scout training across from First Presbyterian Church Tuesday.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_IMG_2376.jpgThe Washington Court House Boy Scout Troop 112 retired 46 flags on Flag Day as part of their scout training across from First Presbyterian Church Tuesday.

Scout leaders have always emphasized the importance of keeping flags looking nice as a way to honor the United States of America. Some of the leaders are shown here retiring an Ohio State flag.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_IMG_2387.jpgScout leaders have always emphasized the importance of keeping flags looking nice as a way to honor the United States of America. Some of the leaders are shown here retiring an Ohio State flag.
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