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FIELD OF FLAGS

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​The Norfolk Lions Club is raising money in memory of our veterans by selling 12” x 18” American flags which will be placed in a grid on Town Hill for viewing from May 18th through June 1st 2024.

A formal Ceremony will be held on Saturday May 25, 2024 on Town Hill at 10:00AM to dedicate the field and remember those brave men and women who have served in the armed forces and made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our Country.

FUNDRAISER RECIPIENT

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FISHER HOUSE
BECAUSE A FAMILY'S LOVE
IS GOOD MEDICINE

The net proceeds from this “Field of Flags” will be donated to The Fisher House Boston, a non-profit charity that provides a home away from home for our Military families who are receiving treatment either at the VA Boston Healthcare System in West Roxbury or at one of our world renown Boston hospitals.

 

Any veteran or active military personnel family, wartime or peacetime, is eligible to stay at the Fisher House. These homes are built on the grounds of major military and VA medical centers. The homes enable family members to be close to loved ones at the most stressful times.

 

There is at least one Fisher House at every major military medical center to assist families in need and to ensure that they are provided with the comforts of home in a supportive environment.

 

There is no charge for any family to stay at The Fisher House or hotel provided by Fisher House. More information about Fisher House can be found at https://fisherhouseboston.org

PURCHASE FLAGS

Purchased flags will be displayed on the Norfolk Town Hill.

The cost per flag is $10.

Donor and dedication information can be provided during donation.

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SERVICE ACT AWARD

Jennifer DeLuca, Norfolk Resident and Executive Director of Fisher House Boston, was awarded the Service Act Award by the Congressional Medal of Honor Society.

 Jennifer DeLuca is known as a visionary who has used her understanding of the veteran community, as well as the private, public, and political sectors, to make a positive impact on the lives of veterans and their families. She has done so through various acts of kindness and spearheading the creation of unique programs for Fisher House of Boston, where she is the Executive Director. She embodies the Fisher House of Boston mission “to ease the burden of military veterans and their families during illness or injury” and goes above and beyond for our military and their families. Jennifer’s service reflects favorably on her, her family, and people across the nation.

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