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January 23, 2014

Flags for Sale

FREMONT —The Fremont 250th Anniversary Committee is very pleased to announce that it has produced the First Town Flag in New Hampshire that will be available for residents and friends of the town to purchase and fly from their porches and flagpoles. This limited supply of only fifty - 3’X 5’Fremont Town Flags is a unique souvenir item that will help support Fremont’s upcoming 250th Anniversary Celebration in June.

The cost is just $35.00 per flag. The light gray Town Flag shows the words “Fremont – Poplin” (Poplin being the original name of the town from 1764 to 1854) It shows a round seal depicting barrels, spruce tree, pioneer logger and the 1800 Meetinghouse encircled by gold stars with the incorporation date of 1764 shown underneath the seal. The seal is flanked on both sides by colonial minutemen holding rifles ready to fight for, and defend our American Independence during the Revolutionary War. The flag accurately portrays symbols closely associated with Fremont’s proud, colorful heritage. If you love Fremont, this is a must have item.

To purchase yours, please call or visit the Mary Wheaton-Pinder at the Fremont Safety Complex, during business hours Mon.-Fri., 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

For additional information, call 895-3425, or contact 250th Chairman Matthew Thomas at 895-4032.

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