Honor America Corps
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by promoting within our community a better
understanding of and respect for the Flag of the United States of America
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To accomplish this, they have formed an Honor America Corps open to any
Knight of Columbus, regardless of degree, of any Council or Assembly in the
Order. These men participate in visits to the school districts of Central
Virginia and before the public at large to offer a clearer understanding about
the meaning of our flag.
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Many, although not all, of the pictures and clip art on this site will either enlarge or lead you to more
information where you can broaden your knowledge of our Nation's history and traditions. Just put your
cursor on them and left click.
Sponsored by Rappahannock Assembly #1613 Knights of Columbus
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The links to which this site are connected are provided for the purpose of broadening your knowledge.
The presence of commercial links on this page or any other page of this site does not represent an
endorsement by the Corps of those sites nor the sponsors which support them.
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Rappahannock Assembly #1613 Knights of Columbus has instituted an
Honor America Program to reinforce, through education and by
example, a deeper comprehension and broader knowledge of the
heritage and traditions represented by the flags of our Nation.
Last updated September 5, 2014