The Disabled American Veteran Chapter #12 members put up 50 American flags at the National Cemetery in Beaufort on Friday morning.  Each of the 50 flags were donated to the National Cemetery after being used in a burial service for a deceased member of the military buried in the cemetery.
The Disabled American Veteran Chapter #12 members put up 50 American flags at the National Cemetery in Beaufort on Friday morning. Each of the 50 flags were donated to the National Cemetery after being used in a burial service for a deceased member of the military buried in the cemetery. Staff photo
The Disabled American Veteran Chapter #12 members put up 50 American flags at the National Cemetery in Beaufort on Friday morning. Each of the 50 flags were donated to the National Cemetery after being used in a burial service for a deceased member of the military buried in the cemetery. Staff photo

Veterans Day ceremonies planned Monday for Beaufort, Hilton Head, Sun City

November 08, 2013 04:01 PM

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