This year’s Flag Day celebration is 5 p.m., June 14 at the Los Alamos Elks Lodge, 1601 Trinity Dr. Courtesy/Elks
Our flag has flown high in our hearts, homes and in our establishments.
The symbolisms of our flag’s stars and stripes have a tender and rich history. Each color within our flag’s beauty has a special meaning. The white stripes stand for purity and innocence, and the red stripes stand for hardness and valor. These alternating stripes represent each of the 13 original colonies. The blue field is significant of vigilance, perseverance, and justice, and it is accompanied by the stars that are emblematic of the endeavor and aspiration of mankind.
Please join our Elk’s Lodge in celebrating this special day, and to give thanks to those who have served or sacrificed their lives to protect the land we love and the flag we so proudly display in our homes and communities.
This year’s Flag Day celebration is 5 p.m., June 14 at the Los Alamos Elks Lodge, 1601 Trinity Dr. in Los Alamos. The event includes food and beverages.