Rain has dorothy Nolan celebrating Flag Day a day late on June 15.
Principal Kevin Froats recounted again for students, parents, teachers and honored guests the decision that the Continental Congress made on June 14, 1777 that our flag would be thirteen stripes alternated red and white on a blue field representing a new Constellation.
The Resolution was entered by John Adams.
As always, honored guests recommended by students at Dorothy Nolan who had or are now serving our Country were recognized and saluted.
Ceremonies began with the lowering and then raising of the Colors and then the Star Spangled Banner.
Good weather favored the celebration and the classes streamed out of both entrances to gather in front of the school on the parking area. The Chime Chorus and the Band and Orchestra performed patriotic songs.
Another Grand Day for the Grand Old Flag.