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Show 630 WLAP Your Flag

Let's show the world how patriotic Lexington is.

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    Morgan
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    Mario
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    Zachary
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    John Kiser
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    Mary Lou
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    Gaines Cole
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    Tamara Ralph
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    Leland's front yard on July 4th
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    Travis
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    Logan Weiler III & Family
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    Francis
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    Culver
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    The flag in picture one I've had for 60 years. I found it in a closet when I was a kid. It looks like a flag off a boat. Vic
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    Don
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    Ron & Karen
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    Joe & Kara
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    A set of flags we proudly fly in our front yard in Berea, the Marine Corp Flag is in honor of our son, a former marine and Gulf War 1 vet, and all other Marines who have and are serving our country. Gary Nola
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    Painted the pots a hi-gloss red Edward
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    The flag will fly on my Cannondale Bike forever Rick
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    These are the Flags that I proudly display on June 6th. (Every June 6th for many years) Bob
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    Was presented to my Mother at Camp Nelson Cemetary when my Father was buried. He was a WWII Veteran. Ken
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    Ned
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    Carl - Gardenside
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    Reynolds Family - Brodhead, KY
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    From Joe
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    This is from my father-in-law's grave at Bluegrass Memorial Gardens Judy
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    From the Boy Scouts Forkland Heritage Festival in Boyle, KY Elizabeth
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    Jim - Harrodsburg, KY
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    Carl in Gardenside
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    Flag in Baltimore Ernie
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    Fayette Courthouse Nicholas
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    This is the flag that was given to me when my dad died. He was in ww II & he would have been proud of our men today and the way the war is going to day. Ernie
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    Here is my flag. Judi
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    This flag is in my neighbor's yard. The bottom flag is a US Army flag. Judi
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    Downtown Lexington, KY
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    Willmore, KY
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    Willmore, KY
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    Willmore, KY
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    Willmore, KY
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    Willmore, KY
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    This was the flag our sailboat was flying when boating between St. Thomas, U.S. Virgian Islands and Turtle Island (A former U.S. Navy Submarine training station in WWII.) We were on our way to snorkle on the corral reefs!
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    Taken last Sept at The Gathering of Mustangs and Legends in Columbus OH. I cannot imagine many more patriotic settings. The pictures have not been altered other than cropping and sharpness enhancement. Scott
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    Taken last Sept at The Gathering of Mustangs and Legends in Columbus OH. I cannot imagine many more patriotic settings. The pictures have not been altered other than cropping and sharpness enhancement. Scott
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    I live in an apartment, without a balcony, so I don't really have a good place to display a flag. But I find what ways I can to display my pride in America and its processes and traditions. So I thought I'd share with you the photo I took to use on my blog on primary day.
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    After the major ice storm in February 2003. This was not too long after the attacks of 9/11, and we thought this was a reminder of the spirit of the flag itself and the resiliance of the American spirit. Jim and Robin
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    From Helen in Richmond, KY. The picture is of her 92 year old father, who is a veteran.
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    From Bob B.
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    Also from Bob B., taken at Applebee's Park.
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    From Ellen in Lexington, KY
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    The flag in the News Radio 630 WLAP Talk Studio
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    The flag on Producer Aaron's deck.
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    University of Kentucky students help suspend an enormous U.S. flag as part of the pre-game ceremony for a college football game against Kent State in Lexington, Ky., Saturday, Sept. 8, 2007. (AP Photo/Ed Reinke)
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    R.L. Wilson Masonry of Owensboro, KY. Yes, it's brick
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    Thanks for viewing the Show Us Your Flag photo gallery. If you'd like to have your flag picture included in our gallery, e-mail it to aaron@wlap.com. God Bless America.