Brainerd Mission Flag Raising Ceremony Will Be June 12

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

The Chickamauga, Moccasin Bend, Chief John Ross, Judge David Campbell, and the Nancy Ward , Daughters of the American Revolution Chapters, NSDAR and The John Sevier Chapter, Tennessee Society Sons of the American Revolution will present a flag raising ceremony at the Brainerd Mission's Cemetery on June 12 starting at 2:30 p.m. 

The John Sevier Chapter members Bryan Beck and Joel Davenport will be the featured speakers on “A Tribute to Old Glory.” 

In the event of rain, the program will move to the Family Justice Center, which is next door to the Brainerd Mission Cemetery


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