Flags for Freedom Display Goes Up in North Jackson

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JACKSON, Tenn. - The Jackson Exchange Club's annual "Flags of Freedom" display went up, Saturday. Once again it is located on the lawn of Cumberland Presbyterian Church on the Hwy 45 Bypass.

The patriotic instillation includes more than one thousand American flags. They represent three different groups: veterans and service members, first responders and children who have lost their lives to abuse. Each of the flags are sponsored and dedicated to a person or group.

Funds raised through "Flags of Freedom" supports the free programs and services of the Exchange Club-Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse. The prevention of child abuse is one of four programs of services supported by the Exchange Club.

The flags will remain on display through June 8. Sponsorships of any number of flags are still available. For more information visit the Jackson Exchange Clubs website at or call (731) 668-4000.


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