Buffalo Dedicates Flag Pole At Weekend Ceremony

 Buffalo Dedicates Flag Pole At Weekend Ceremony

Buffalo's City Hall has a new flag pole and flag, thanks to the efforts of local Boy Scout Aaron Seeman, who built and erected the pole with the help of some local craftsmen to earn his Eagle Scout Badge.

The flag and pole were dedicated during a Flag Ceremony on Sunday, celebrated in the United States as Flag Day.

Local Boy Scout Troop #415, led by Seeman, performed the flag ceremony and Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson spoke briefly, thanking Seeman and the others responsible for building and erecting the addition to city hall.

Councilman Russ Humphrey, who was also at the presentation, had originally brought the lack of a flag and pole to the attention of the city council, and Building Inspector Toby Rhoades contacted the local Boy Scout troop with the idea for a project.

Humphrey said at the ceremony he was glad to see the project come to fruition.

Rhoades suggested Sunday, June 14th, or Flag Day,as an appropriate day to have a dedication and first flag ceremony for the new flag pole, and the city council agreed.

The ceremony was originally scheduled for 1pm, but other commitments forced the change to noon.

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 Buffalo Dedicates Flag Pole At Weekend Ceremony
 Buffalo Dedicates Flag Pole At Weekend Ceremony
 Buffalo Dedicates Flag Pole At Weekend Ceremony
 Buffalo Dedicates Flag Pole At Weekend Ceremony
SheridanWyoming.com

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