Tomorrow Especially Big For One Wisconsin Town

Not exactly one of the big grill-out kind of holidays.  But Flag Day, recognized tomorrow, is still a pretty big deal.  Especially in Waubeka, Wisconsin, from where Flag Day originates.  National Flag Foundation president Jack Janik sees only a growing reverance for the flag among Americans


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Flag Day's birth was in 1885 in a school in Waubeka.  That's where a 19 year-old teacher first assigned essays on the significance of the American flag.  The day was recognized by congress in 1916. 

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