Operation Respect: Retire Your Old Flags

. November 2, 2015.
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The Andersons announce the 15th annual “Operation Respect: Retire Your Old Flags” event will be held on Saturday, November 7, 2015, between 9am and 5pm and Sunday, November 8, 2015 between 10am and 5pm. Flags will be collected at all The Andersons retail locations. Flags will be respectfully disposed of in accordance with the U.S. Flag Code.

This is a free public service provided for the community by The Andersons, the Ohio Military Reserve (OHMR) and supporting organizations.In addition, flags of other nations, official flags for any of the 50 states or for military services will also be accepted. Please no sports or team flags.

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