28 Oct Cabot Lions Club plans ‘Field of Honor’
David Polantz and the Cabot Lions have brought back the “Field of Honor” project for 2019 after a successful reintroduction last year.
Will Feland, the president of Pinnacle Structures in Cabot, agreed to let the Lions use the land next to his business on the Bill Foster Memorial Highway, or the Highway 321 bypass, this year for the display, which is set to run from Saturday, Nov. 2, to Saturday, Nov. 16.
Flags will be displayed to honor past veterans as well as those currently in the military and all first responders: firefighters, police officers, EMTs, etc.
Laminated tags to go with U.S. flags are available to purchase, with tags alone being $25 and a flag and tag combination going for $50. Sponsor forms are available to be filled in, and the Lions Club will ensure that the flags are flown on Veterans Day.
Each tag that will go with each U.S. flag will include the honoree’s name, area of service, years served or currently served, and the logo of the branch of service or first-responder.
For more information or to sponsor the project, please call the Cabot Lions Club at 501.920.2122 or email cabotlion[email protected].