Honor America Corps
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MISSION
To honor
America
 by promoting within our community a better understanding of and respect for the Flag of the United States of America
                           States
.
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OBJECTIVE 
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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Sponsored by Rappahannock Assembly #1613 Knights of Columbus
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As of
August
 26, 2006
, the Corps has appeared before
25,119
people.
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.  
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