Retiring old flags


Sidney Boy Scout Troop 97 member Mason Rose, 12, of Sidney, son of Diane and Jeff Rose, prepares to put an armload of U.S. flags into a fire as Post 217 Commander Larry Spence, far left, and U.S. veteran Chuck Craynon watch Saturday, Nov. 12. The Boy Scouts were properly disposing of the old flags that had been on the graves of veterans in Graceland Cemetery.


Todd B. Acker | Sidney Daily News

Sidney Boy Scout Troop 97 member Mason Rose, 12, of Sidney, son of Diane and Jeff Rose, prepares to put an armload of U.S. flags into a fire as Post 217 Commander Larry Spence, far left, and U.S. veteran Chuck Craynon watch Saturday, Nov. 12. The Boy Scouts were properly disposing of the old flags that had been on the graves of veterans in Graceland Cemetery.

Sidney Boy Scout Troop 97 member Mason Rose, 12, of Sidney, son of Diane and Jeff Rose, prepares to put an armload of U.S. flags into a fire as Post 217 Commander Larry Spence, far left, and U.S. veteran Chuck Craynon watch Saturday, Nov. 12. The Boy Scouts were properly disposing of the old flags that had been on the graves of veterans in Graceland Cemetery.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_SDN111816FlagBurn.jpgSidney Boy Scout Troop 97 member Mason Rose, 12, of Sidney, son of Diane and Jeff Rose, prepares to put an armload of U.S. flags into a fire as Post 217 Commander Larry Spence, far left, and U.S. veteran Chuck Craynon watch Saturday, Nov. 12. The Boy Scouts were properly disposing of the old flags that had been on the graves of veterans in Graceland Cemetery. Todd B. Acker | Sidney Daily News
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