52.6 F
Naperville
Monday, October 3, 2022

Field of Honor Will Return to Rotary Hill with 2,012 Flags for Veterans Day 2012

-

Update 2015 / The National Healing Field Foundation is honored to join Operation Support Our Troops – America and the Naperville Park District in announcing that the 2015 Naperville Healing Field of Honor will be returning to downtown Naperville November 6-12, the week leading up to Veterans Day on Nov. 11, 2015.  INFO: www.healingfield.org/naperville.

From the PN Archive

Thanks for all the inquiries regarding plans for a flag exhibit for Veterans Day in 2010 or 2011. At this time, committee members are planning “Field of Honor,” another one-week exhibit to be held Nov. 8-13, in conjunction with Veterans Day  in 2012.  Naperville’s Veterans Day observance will be at 11AM, Sun., Nov. 11 or “11-11-11” at Rotary Hill along the Riverwalk.  In the meantime, enjoy this overview and photos that chronicle the spectacular tribute in 2009 to all men and women and their families who have ever served this great nation.

Note: Click on any photo in this gallery to enlarge. Then use the arrow to navigate from photo to photo. Thanks for reading and for sharing this info with friends, neighbors and countrymen.

 

Get the Daily Square-Scoop

The latest local news and headlines delivered to your inbox.

PN Ombudsman
PN Ombudsman
An ombudsman is Scandinavian in origin dating back to Viking times; and refers to a community representative; usually acting independently on behalf of an organization, body of elected officials, or civic group. Thanks Scandinavia for inventing ombudsman.

Latest News

Petition packets are circulating for 2023 Consolidated Election on April 4

For the 2023 Consolidated Election set for Tues., April 4, Naperville voters will go to the polls to elect individuals to serve on Naperville...
DON’T MISS OUT!
GET THE DAILY
SQUARE-SCOOP
The latest local headlines delivered
to your inbox each morning.
SUBSCRIBE
Give it a try, you can unsubscribe anytime.
close-link
Get the Daily Square-Scoop. Local Headlines Most Mornings. 
Subscribe
close-image