Buy American, Fly American

19 Oct

Buying American made products makes a lot of sense. When you purchase American made goods you help our economy, help provide jobs and generally help yourself.

The Hutto Lions Club has a Flag Lease program for flag holidays including Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day, Labor Day and Veterans Day. The flags they provide are made right here in America by Americans. And they are embroidered, not simply printed. The cost of a one year lease is only $40. So when you fly a flag provided by the Lions Club, you are showing your patriotism in two ways, and helping your community at the same time.

Leases begin on January 1st  each year. The Club will insure that your flag is in good condition when set in place each time.  Your flag will be put up on Friday prior to the flag holiday and on Tuesday following the holiday the club will return to remove the flag. The exception will be Labor Day when the flag will be left on display until September 12th in order to honor Sept. 11.

To establish your flag lease simply contact Charles or Debbie Holland at or call 759-3731. Sign up by November 10 and this year’s Veterans Day will be included for free.

Your participation will help the Hutto Lions Club to fund the following local projects:

Adopt-A-Unit, Technical School Scholarships, Student Eye Glass Program, Rock Ranch, Hutto Livestock Boosters, Coats For Kids, Boys State, Girls State, Project Celebration, Movies In The Park, Downtown  Christmas, Hutto Leo’s Club, Keep Hutto Beautiful, Helping Hands School Supplies, Special Olympics, Hutto Education Foundation, Orange Santa and the Texas Lions Camp.


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