Veterans Memorial Park hosts veterans meal, holds flag raising ceremony on new poles

Wanda Lanier of Riegelwood searches for the flag in honor of her husband and the ones in memory of her brother who was killed in Vietnam and her father-in-law.
By Justin Smith

Revised on: 05.24.2019 at 05:50 p.m.

Posted on: 05.24.2019 at 05:47 p.m. |

Veterans Memorial Park of America held its annual veterans meal Friday afternoon at the park off U.S. 701 south of Whiteville. The event included a flag raising ceremony using three new poles donated by Woodman Life. The pole flying the American flag is 35-feet tall and the ones supporting the

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