The flag site exits because of the vision and dedication of prior Committees with the generosity of the citizens of Somerset County, PA.
The current Committee is committed to the long-term maintenance of the flag site,
which is dedicated to all Somerset County veterans and to the flag pole which is dedicated to the Flight 93 heroes
If successful, our work will never be finished.


As part of the PA Turnpike construction project, new trees were planted by New Enterprise during November 2012

We lowered the flag again today, September 19, 2012.
The upper grommet on the flag failed and
the flag was lowered for repairs.

Special thanks to Bob Murray for the notification
and also County Lock for help with the lock!

During November 2012 the flag was sent to
Colonial Flag in Sandy, UT for repairs.

After painting of the pole, the flag was raised August 11 for the remainder of the summer - almost.

The flag was lowered July 25th for painting of the pole.

Committee members lowered the flag the evening of July 25, 2012.
Cleaning the pole began August 1 and painting began August 4.
Again our sincere thanks to the Somerset Fire Dept, Chief Jim Clark, Clyde Mostoller,
John Abramovich and his crew at Somerset Pressure Washing and the Laurel Highlands Visitor's Bureau.

The flag was raised for the Fourth of July 2012

She will be up for the Fourth of July and until we find a new contractor to paint the pole.
Thanks to the Somerset Fire Dept and Chief Jim Clark, Committee Members and Friends
for the help raising the flag Friday evening, June 29, 2012.

We were at the Somerset MEGA SHOW April 24-25, 2012

3' x5' flag winners
Stu Kreinbrook and Connie Crowley

Autographed Steeler helmet winner
Bonnie Crosby
Thanks for the support!