Labor Day Flags East
On Labor Day Weekend 2022, AP Rotary Cares Foundation displayed American Flags in Downtown Aransas Pass to Celebrate and Honor the dedicated men and women who work to sustain their Families, our Community, our State, and our Nation. I personally was concerned that it rained the entire weekend and much of the time the wet flags simply hung and did not unfurl in the wind. I then remembered that “Old Glory” represents our Freedom and our Nation and our ability to Work regardless of the weather. And just like the Work Force we were honoring, the Flag is strong, irrespective of the weather.
AP Rotary Cares Foundation thanks the following donors for contributing to our Flag Fundraiser. All proceeds support the youth of Aransas Pass through scholarships provided to selected seniors of Aransas Pass High School.
Aransas Child Care, Proprietor Dianne Brown
Roy and Rosalie Beaty
Juli Blanda In Memory of LTC Frank T. Blanda
Capt. Fred and Hope Comingore
City of Aransas Pass
Fred and Edel Deases
Downtowner Apartments, Proprietor Ronald M. Yeager
Gary and Catherine Edwards In Memory of William Baretich, U.S. Navy, Korean War
GFWC & DB Harbor City Juniorettes
G & S Marine, Proprietor Gary McRae
Joe and Irene Irey
Portland Marine, Proprietor Drew Foley
Ronnie and Meg Reese, In Memory of Lee Roy Newman
Rockport Auto Sales
Terry Stansberry
Texas Coast Wealth Management, Proprietor Jason Reeves
The Blessing Shop
Thomas Stacy
Ret LTC Gerald and Marsha Wellman
Submitted by:
Karen Gayle
AP Rotary Cares Foundation