Remembering Those Who Have Served
Volunteer for our annual flag-placing service project here.
What we’re doing: Placing flags next to the headstone of each veteran in Wasatch Lawn Cemetery.
Who’s Invited: Anyone can help out! Feel free to bring your family.
Location: Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery at 3401 S. Highland Dr., Millcreek. There are over 3,000 veterans in this cemetery and it covers over 80 Acres. Click here for directions.
When: Thursday, May 27th, at 2:45 P.M. We estimate to be there until 5 PM. Feel free to come for as little or as long as you would like.
Pictures from last years’ service project
Every Memorial Day, we want to honor those who have protected our freedoms. During these uniquely difficult times, it is important to remember the brave men and women who have helped make this country so beautifully resilient.
Our project is simple: we, along with anyone who would like to volunteer, place flags next to the headstone of each veteran in Wasatch Lawn Memorial Cemetery. On Memorial Day, families and friends visit the cemetery to remember their loved ones– and see thousands of flags posted, representing a small gesture of our heartfelt gratitude.
Freedom meant the world to these veterans. I know many of us have family members who have sacrificed their lives for the freedoms we enjoy. Every year, we hope to show that their sacrifice still means the world to us, even when times are tough in our country.
We had a great time setting these flags up for Memorial Day 2020, and we’re excited to do the same in 2021!
If you’re interested in helping, you can volunteer now.