I did a little research and learned that on June 14, 1777 The Second Continental Congress decided that the USA flag would have 13 alternating red and white stripes and the canton would be blue with 13 stars. Interestingly there … Continue reading
ABOUT FLAGS, INC. would like to thank all our veterans past and present for their service to our country. We would also like to thank their families who sacrifice in a different way at home. While celebrating Memorial Day with your families, take a … Continue reading
Easter Sunday … This is a high holiday for Christians. We believe that on Good Friday Jesus Christ was crucified and died on the cross to redeem us of the original sin committed by Adam & Eve. On Easter Sunday … Continue reading
Happy Passover (Pesach) … The Festival of Freedom. The descendants of Abraham were made into slaves by the new Pharaoh who was threatened by the large number of people in this community. Moses was told by God to have them … Continue reading
It appears that winter is finally on its way out. For some of us this winter was quite a challenge. Go outside and breathe some fresh air. Do you see the crocus and daffodils poking their head above the ground? … Continue reading
The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi Russia is drawing to a close and I am reminded of the ancient games at the Coliseum in Rome. The competitive nature of the event fills us with excitement, suspense, dedication and skill at … Continue reading
Ahaaa… VALENTINE’S DAY Hearts, chocolates, flowers. Expressions of love given to our Sweethearts, Family, Friends, and Special People that touch our hearts in a special way. Fly your USA flag this weekend. Show your LOVE toward our great country and … Continue reading
President Barack Obama has ordered that flags be lowered at government buildings Friday to mark the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. In a presidential proclamation released Thursday, Obama says the anniversary is a day to honor … Continue reading
Thank you to all our veterans and their families, who have served and are currently serving our country. May God Bess you abundantly!
* Flag Day was observed for the first time in 1877 on the 100th anniversary of the adoption of our country’s red-white-and-blue banner. Information originated from ANNIN FLAGMAKERS.