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Sorry, Must Not be a Reliable Article?

I read the piece and through no fault of my own and believed that this was a Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts only tradition.

And I Quote,

"Thanks to Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts from around our area, more than 5,000 flags have been placed at the headstones of veterans in Wilmington National Cemetery."

WWAY News Director, Scott, What do you have to say in response to the other blogger named "Wilm. Concerned Citizen" who feels that the Boy Scouts got all the Credit and other rightful groups were slighted or not acknowledged in this very important patriotic event?

I am in full and total agreement with Wilm Concerned Citizen, and feels that this story should be reposted with a correction.

This is a very hard day for a lot of vets and if they organized, provided the logistics or participated in any way, each veteran's group and auxilliary that were involved should be acknowledged.

Credit where credit is due!

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