More than 1,200 flags sway over county


“Flags over Fayette” is a program occurring for the first time in Fayette County. On Sunday, more than 1,200 flags were distributed over 14 streets in Washington Court House by volunteers. Local resident Steven Armstrong organized the event in an effort to strengthen community pride and focus on what the community has to offer. Flags were paid for by Armstrong, CS Title Agency and Mark Cenci of ERA. They will remain distributed until the volunteers can pick them back up—on or around July 9.

“Flags over Fayette” is a program occurring for the first time in Fayette County. On Sunday, more than 1,200 flags were distributed over 14 streets in Washington Court House by volunteers. Local resident Steven Armstrong organized the event in an effort to strengthen community pride and focus on what the community has to offer. Flags were paid for by Armstrong, CS Title Agency and Mark Cenci of ERA. They will remain distributed until the volunteers can pick them back up—on or around July 9.


“Flags over Fayette” is a program occurring for the first time in Fayette County. On Sunday, more than 1,200 flags were distributed over 14 streets in Washington Court House by volunteers. Local resident Steven Armstrong organized the event in an effort to strengthen community pride and focus on what the community has to offer. Flags were paid for by Armstrong, CS Title Agency and Mark Cenci of ERA. They will remain distributed until the volunteers can pick them back up—on or around July 9.

“Flags over Fayette” is a program occurring for the first time in Fayette County. On Sunday, more than 1,200 flags were distributed over 14 streets in Washington Court House by volunteers. Local resident Steven Armstrong organized the event in an effort to strengthen community pride and focus on what the community has to offer. Flags were paid for by Armstrong, CS Title Agency and Mark Cenci of ERA. They will remain distributed until the volunteers can pick them back up—on or around July 9.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/06/web1_ArmstrongFlags-1.jpg“Flags over Fayette” is a program occurring for the first time in Fayette County. On Sunday, more than 1,200 flags were distributed over 14 streets in Washington Court House by volunteers. Local resident Steven Armstrong organized the event in an effort to strengthen community pride and focus on what the community has to offer. Flags were paid for by Armstrong, CS Title Agency and Mark Cenci of ERA. They will remain distributed until the volunteers can pick them back up—on or around July 9.