A number of volunteers helps place flags at Beaufort National Cemetery on Wednesday morning. Volunteers were asked to measure a foots length out from each headstone to place the flags. Veterans, both active and retired, students, residents and tourists were on hand to give a hand in the placement of flags for Memorial Day weekend.
A number of volunteers helps place flags at Beaufort National Cemetery on Wednesday morning. Volunteers were asked to measure a foots length out from each headstone to place the flags. Veterans, both active and retired, students, residents and tourists were on hand to give a hand in the placement of flags for Memorial Day weekend. Drew Martin
A number of volunteers helps place flags at Beaufort National Cemetery on Wednesday morning. Volunteers were asked to measure a foots length out from each headstone to place the flags. Veterans, both active and retired, students, residents and tourists were on hand to give a hand in the placement of flags for Memorial Day weekend. Drew Martin

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