Bethel Woman's Club launches "Flags on the Green" fundraiser for local veteran causes

Honor your own veteran, help your local vets and participate in Bethel Woman's Club "Flags on the Green" fundraiser

Looking for a meaningful way of honoring current or former members of the military or simply pay tribute to all men and women for their service to our Country in time of war?  Bethel Women’s Club will again spearhead the annual Bethel “Flags on the Green” project being held during May 13 – May 31.  Flags purchased for $10 will be personalized with your family members name, rank, service branch and dates of service and will be displayed around the gazebo on the village green in front of the Town Hall.  

Members of the Bethel Women’s Club will be on hand with forms to be filled in and to accept donations on Saturday, April 27 outside the Sycamore Restaurant and Saturday, May 4 at Stony Hill Wine at Big Y Plaza and at Dolan Plaza.  Forms may also be obtained from The American Pride store or mail your $10 check with name and rank of the veteran, the service branch and dates of service as they would like it to appear on the flag to: Bethel Woman's Club, c/o Geier, 15 Andrews Street, Bethel, CT. 06801.

All proceeds will benefit various Connecticut Veterans' causes.

The Bethel Woman's Club provides a venue for monthly meetings at which local women congregate for the purpose of addressing the diverse needs of our community. They combine their time, talent  and energies raising funds for local scholarships, veteran causes and needy families and children as they strive to enrich the quality of life in Bethel and surrounding areas. They are affiliated with the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) and GFWC/CT.  For more
information on the Bethel Women’s Club and the “Flags on the Green” project,
contact Maggie at 203 798 1471.

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