Poppy Day Proclamation


Representatives from American Legion Drew Webster Post 39 and Post 39 Ladies Auxiliary were on hand at the recent Meigs County Commissioner meeting when the commissioners approved a proclamation for Poppy Day. According to the American Legion website, National Poppy Day is May 24, 2019. The red poppy is a nationally recognized symbol of sacrifice worn by Americans since World War I to honor those who served and died for our country in all wars. It reminds Americans of the sacrifices made by our veterans while protecting our freedoms.

Representatives from American Legion Drew Webster Post 39 and Post 39 Ladies Auxiliary were on hand at the recent Meigs County Commissioner meeting when the commissioners approved a proclamation for Poppy Day. According to the American Legion website, National Poppy Day is May 24, 2019. The red poppy is a nationally recognized symbol of sacrifice worn by Americans since World War I to honor those who served and died for our country in all wars. It reminds Americans of the sacrifices made by our veterans while protecting our freedoms.


Representatives from American Legion Drew Webster Post 39 and Post 39 Ladies Auxiliary were on hand at the recent Meigs County Commissioner meeting when the commissioners approved a proclamation for Poppy Day. According to the American Legion website, National Poppy Day is May 24, 2019. The red poppy is a nationally recognized symbol of sacrifice worn by Americans since World War I to honor those who served and died for our country in all wars. It reminds Americans of the sacrifices made by our veterans while protecting our freedoms.

Representatives from American Legion Drew Webster Post 39 and Post 39 Ladies Auxiliary were on hand at the recent Meigs County Commissioner meeting when the commissioners approved a proclamation for Poppy Day. According to the American Legion website, National Poppy Day is May 24, 2019. The red poppy is a nationally recognized symbol of sacrifice worn by Americans since World War I to honor those who served and died for our country in all wars. It reminds Americans of the sacrifices made by our veterans while protecting our freedoms.
https://www.mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2019/05/web1_5.24-Poppy-Day_ne201952385739851.jpgRepresentatives from American Legion Drew Webster Post 39 and Post 39 Ladies Auxiliary were on hand at the recent Meigs County Commissioner meeting when the commissioners approved a proclamation for Poppy Day. According to the American Legion website, National Poppy Day is May 24, 2019. The red poppy is a nationally recognized symbol of sacrifice worn by Americans since World War I to honor those who served and died for our country in all wars. It reminds Americans of the sacrifices made by our veterans while protecting our freedoms.