Show Your #RedWhiteBlueHsv
Published on October 30, 2017
Mayor Tommy Battle and the City of Huntsville are gearing up for Veterans Day celebrations and invite the public to help honor those who serve or have served in our military.
From Nov. 2 – 12, we’re asking residents to show their red, white, and blue colors by flying the American flag; wearing red, white and blue colors, or donning a patriotic pin. Get in the spirit and show your creativity! Take a photo and post to your preferred social media channel using the hashtag #RedWhiteBlueHsv. Watch the City’s social media for videos and photos, too.
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Posted by City of Huntsville, Alabama – Government on Monday, October 30, 2017
“No one loves and respects their veterans more than the Huntsville community, and we believe this is a way we can express that support to all of those who serve in protecting this great country,” said Mayor Tommy Battle. “Imagine how our veterans and military service personnel will feel knowing the depth of community support they have throughout Huntsville.”
The City will be hanging flags to fly around Big Spring Park, and on Saturday, Nov. 11, will be working to help with the annual Veteran’s Day parade – a highlight of the year for the Huntsville community.
Please join us, and Show Your #RedWhiteBlueHsv through Nov. 12.