Flags of Remembrance was touching for those in attendance

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If you get too hot, the Noon Exchange Club has a special military air conditioned tent to help get your body temperature back down.
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue are flying Old Glory high above the Flags of Remembrance.
Noon Exchange members will direct you to the flag that honors your loved one.
The names of all Tennessee soldiers killed in service to our country are listed here.
Walmart is giving away free bottles of water, another group tells about helping PTSD veterans with "fly fishing" therapy, and more.
The Flags of Remembrance Healing Field is next to First United Methodist Church, 265 W. Thompson Lane.
Noon Exchange Club Treasurer John Stracener helps with the IT logistics.

The 10th Annual Flags of Remembrance Healing Field took place Memorial Day weekend at First United Methodist Church at 265 West Thompson Lane. It closed down Monday night at 5pm.

It was the 10th year the Murfreesboro Noon Exchange Club sponsored the Healing Field: Flags of Remembrance.

Noon Exchange Club Member Gayle Passovoy stated...

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