The Bordentown Elks Raise The Honor and Remember Flag

The Honor and Remember Flag was raised on Saturday, April 27, at 2PM, at The Bordentown Elks, 2085 on 11 Amboy Road Bordentown, NJ. The Honor and Remember Flag was raised on Saturday, April 27, at 2PM, at The Bordentown Elks, 2085 on 11 Amboy Road Bordentown, NJ. This flag recognizes the sacrifices of our military who have been killed and their families.

Patrick and Amy Moore’s son, Army Spc. Benjamin G. Moore, age 23, of Robbinsville, N.J.was killed in action on January 12, 2011 in Afghanistan. He was assigned to the 7th Engineer Battalion, 10th Sustainment Brigade, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, N.Y. The Mores belong to a group called Rolling Thunder, a group of people who educate and help others to never forget our POW, MIA and Deceased military men and women.

Bordentown Elks Honor and Remember Flag Raising Ceremony photographed for The Register News by Deirdre Ryan Photography.

 

Bordentown Elks Honor and Remember Flag Raising Ceremony photographed for The Register News by Deirdre Ryan Photography.

 

Bordentown Elks Honor and Remember Flag Raising Ceremony photographed for The Register News by Deirdre Ryan Photography.

 

Bordentown Elks Honor and Remember Flag Raising Ceremony photographed for The Register News by Deirdre Ryan Photography.

 

Bordentown Elks Honor and Remember Flag Raising Ceremony photographed for The Register News by Deirdre Ryan Photography.

 

Bordentown Elks Honor and Remember Flag Raising Ceremony photographed for The Register News by Deirdre Ryan Photography.

 

Past Exalted Ruler, Jeff Becker, assists Patrick and Amy Moore with raising the Honor and Remember flag. 

 

Bordentown Elks Honor and Remember Flag Raising Ceremony photographed for The Register News by Deirdre Ryan Photography.

 

Bordentown Elks Honor and Remember Flag Raising Ceremony photographed for The Register News by Deirdre Ryan Photography.

 

Patrick and Amy Moore saying a few words of thanks after the Honor and Remember flag has been raised. 

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