History

Who?
El Paso Texas Flags Across America.
Statement of Purposes: The Corporation is organized for the purposes set forth in Section 501C(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (or the corresponding provisions of any future United States Internal Revenue Law (the Code) and in particular for furthering charitable, scientific, literary, educational, and patriotic purposes including enriching public respect and appreciation for the United States Flag and its customs as well as fostering and promoting respect and courtesy owed to the United States Flag.
What?
We continue to raise funds to purchase American Flags so we can fly a beautiful 50 foot by 100 foot United States Flag on Holidays and a smaller flag 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (lighted at night).
Where?
On 4.6 acres of land “with Revised Agreement dated September 4, 2008” to El Paso Texas Flags Across America, located on the corner of Diana Drive and Gateway Boulevard North or South Exit 28, El Paso, Texas.
When?
On 14 June 2003 (Flag Day) or when $71,000.00 is raised to fund and pay for the flagpole and two flags, whichever comes first. It happened on 3 December 2003.
Why?
To Honor ALL those who serve our Country and those who have given their lives in the name of the Freedoms we enjoy very day.
What then?
A memorial will be built with cash and in kind contributions at a cost of approximately $250,000.00

A trust fund will be established, through further cash contributions, to provide for perpetual maintenance of the site and facilities, i.e., water, electricity, flag replacement and repair, etc.

Educational programs will go into the schools and be presented at the Memorial Site.

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