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Mayor proclaims Flag Day


Mayor proclaims Flag Day
Catholic Family Fraternal of Texas KJZT No. 40 Secretary Frances J. Hosek (left) and President Rita Olenick look on as Poth Mayor Anthony Smolka signs a proclamation designating June 14 as National Flag Day in Poth.


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Poth Mayor Anthony Smolka has proclaimed Saturday, June 14, as Flag Day in Poth. Members of the Catholic Family Fraternal of Texas KJZT No. 40 accepted the proclamation on behalf of the group, which joins 74 other member societies of the American Fraternal Alliance.

National Flag Day honors the adoption of the Stars and Stripes as our national symbol by the Continental Congress 237 years ago on June 14, 1777.

Each year on June 14, the flag is honored by Americans across the nation, especially the more than 9 million men, women, and children who are members of the 74 fraternal benefit societies comprising the American Fraternal Alliance.
 

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