American Legion Posts 585 assists Holy Rosary School students replace flags at cemetery

First, second, and third -rade students of Holy Rosary School, along with members of the American Legion Post 585, as they replaced flags at Holy Rosary Cemetery. - Submitted photo
Holy Rosary School first-grade student Hannah Cooley honors a local Veteran by placing the symbol of freedom at his grave sight at Holy Rosary Cemetery. - Submitted photo
Holy Rosary School students Covington Lehaman, left, and Reagan Martin work together to with Ed Ameika, to replace flags at Holy Rosary Cemetery. - Submitted photo
Holy Rosary School students, from left, Isabella DeQuevedo, Ben Shupp and Max Shupp gather old American flags to be burned by members of the American Legion 585 at Holy Rosary Cemetery. - - Submitted photo

DURYEA — The first, second, and third-grade students of Holy Rosary School and several veterans from the American Legion Post 585 assisted in the replacement of over 500 American flags at the Holy Rosary Cemetery. Students were assisted by Ed Ameika, Al Echalk, Bob Johnson, and John Galuska.

First, second, and third -rade students of Holy Rosary School, along with members of the American Legion Post 585, as they replaced flags at Holy Rosary Cemetery.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_HR-Flags-1.jpegFirst, second, and third -rade students of Holy Rosary School, along with members of the American Legion Post 585, as they replaced flags at Holy Rosary Cemetery. Submitted photo

Holy Rosary School first-grade student Hannah Cooley honors a local Veteran by placing the symbol of freedom at his grave sight at Holy Rosary Cemetery.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_HR-Flags-2.jpegHoly Rosary School first-grade student Hannah Cooley honors a local Veteran by placing the symbol of freedom at his grave sight at Holy Rosary Cemetery. Submitted photo

Holy Rosary School students Covington Lehaman, left, and Reagan Martin work together to with Ed Ameika, to replace flags at Holy Rosary Cemetery.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_HR-Flags-3.jpegHoly Rosary School students Covington Lehaman, left, and Reagan Martin work together to with Ed Ameika, to replace flags at Holy Rosary Cemetery. Submitted photo

Holy Rosary School students, from left, Isabella DeQuevedo, Ben Shupp and Max Shupp gather old American flags to be burned by members of the American Legion 585 at Holy Rosary Cemetery.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_HR-Flags-4.jpegHoly Rosary School students, from left, Isabella DeQuevedo, Ben Shupp and Max Shupp gather old American flags to be burned by members of the American Legion 585 at Holy Rosary Cemetery. Submitted photo