High Springs Youth Council lines streets with flags

The High Springs Mayor's Youth Council and Boy Scout Troop 69 adorned the streets of High Springs with flags leading into the Fourth of July celebrations.
The High Springs Mayor's Youth Council and Boy Scout Troop 69 adorned the streets of High Springs with flags leading into the Fourth of July celebrations.
Courtesy of High Springs

The High Springs Mayor’s Youth Council and Boy Scout Troop 69 partnered to adorn the city with flags for the upcoming Fourth of July celebrations.

According to a High Springs release, the effort was spearheaded by High Springs Mayor Katherine Weitz and City Commissioner Wayne Bloodsworth.

ACE Hardware donated the U.S. flags that were used to decorate High Springs and Elva Bryant coordinated the logistics to execute the plan.

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“This is more than just a display of flags; it’s a symbol of our community coming together to celebrate our nation’s independence,” Weitz said in the release, emphasizing the significance of civic engagement among the youth.

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