Flags for Our Heroes: Gaithersburg’s Bohrer Park May 27th


Honoring Those Who Inspire Us

Every Memorial Day weekend since 2014, Gaithersburg’s Bohrer Park transforms into a Field of Honor. 750 8-foot-high American flags are flown to celebrate our heroes. Each flag represents someone who has made a difference in someone’s life, whether they’re a member of the military, police, firefighters, teachers, coaches, mentors, or community leaders.

This moving tribute allows visitors to honor their personal heroes by sponsoring a flag. The display is lit at night and can be enjoyed 24 hours a day. A formal opening ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 27 at 11 a.m. It’s a beautiful way to pay tribute to those who have shaped and inspired us. 

For more information, you can visit the Flags for our Heroes website

Sponsor a Flag

You can participate as an individual or as an organization.

Your financial contribution goes to either the Montgomery Village Rotary Club Foundation, Inc., or Gaithersburg Rotary Foundation, which are the 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations that work in the greater Gaithersburg, Upper Montgomery County and Frederick County areas, supporting organizations that transform the lives of youth, men, women, families in transition and community residents. Your contribution is tax deductible. 

Each  flag will display an honoree medallion with the name of your company or individual and the name of your hero for visitors to see. After the Memorial Day weekend celebration, the medallions will be delivered to your address for you to keep as a memento or to give to your honoree.

Sponsorship Registration and Payment

You can make a payment by check or online using a credit card to the respective Rotary Club Foundation. Don’t forget to include the sponsorship commitment form with your check.

https://flagsforourheroes.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/FFOH_All_clubs… download the form, click here.

Article sourced from flagsforourheroes.com
and Kenneth Weiss 

Images sourced from Google Images 

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