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Flag Day walk to honor

Associated Press
Erik and Sara Westerman walk hand-in-hand along a row of American flags around the Daviess County Courthouse on Thursday in Owensboro, Ky.. The courthouse is surrounded by the red, white and blue as a fundraiser for the Kiwanis Club of Owensboro. The flags are sponsored in honor or in memory of someone chosen by the sponsor. The Walk of Honor will be on display through July 7, which encompasses two holidays: today, which is Flag Day, and Independence Day. The Messenger-Inquirer | Jenny Sevcik

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