Odessa Annual American Flag Rretirement Ceremony

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Odessa Annual American Flag Rretirement Ceremony

To show respect for the American Flag. To demonstrate the proper retirement of torn and tattered American Flags. To show support for our current Service Men and Women and Veterans.

We will show through words and song proper respect for the American Flag. We will properly retire approximately 300 torn and tattered American Flags.

Guest of Honor: Larry Melton- Mayor Odessa; G.E. Buddy West- State Representative- District 81; Paul Dillard- State Commander- American Legion


Odessa Annual American Flag Rretirement Ceremony

Address : University of Texas of the Permian Basin campus; 4901 E. Universtiy Blvd Odessa TX
Phone : 432-425-1404   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free


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