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Baltimore Heritage > MEDIA ALERT: Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake To Accept Donation of Commemorative Flags

August 15, 2014

War Memorial Building
101 N. Gay Street
Baltimore, MD
United States


On Wednesday, August 20, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will accept seventy-five 15-Star, 15-Stripe commemorative flags from the Baltimore National Heritage Area as the city prepares for Star-Spangled Spectacular. The flags will be flown over downtown municipal buildings as well as police and fire stations throughout the city.

The Mayor will read a proclamation requesting all residents and businesses fly the commemorative flag and to “roll out the red, white, and blue carpet” as the city prepares to welcome more than a million visitors in less than three weeks.


August 20, 2014 from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm

War Memorial Building (101 N. Gay Street)

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

Jeffrey Buchheit, Baltimore National Heritage Area, Executive Director
U.S. Representative John Sarbanes, Maryland Third Congressional District

Steve Sharkey, City of Baltimore Department of General Services
Representatives from Police and Fire Stations

Jeffrey Buchheit, Baltimore National Heritage Area
(443) 803-3231 cell

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