Rotary Club of Miami Shores Announces its Fly Old Glory Custom-Made American Flag Fundraiser

Top Quote Let the old glory and patriotism fly for only $50 and receive American flags on four federal holidays. End Quote
  • Miami, FL (1888PressRelease) March 22, 2012 - The Rotary Club of Miami Shores announces its "Fly Old Glory" patriotic campaign of custom-made American flags for Miami Shores residences. The Rotary Club of Miami Shores will place American flags in the front yards of homes in the Miami Shores area during four federal holidays: Memorial Day (May 28, 2012), Independence Day (July 4, 2012), Veteran's Day (Nov. 11, 2012) and President's Day (Feb. 18, 2013) for a donation of $50. All proceeds of this fundraising campaign will return to the community to fund local service projects undertaken or supported by the Rotary Club of Miami Shores.

    "Show your patriotic support to our nation and we will place a custom made flag on your front lawn for four great American holidays," said W. "AL" Davis, President of the Miami Shores Rotary Club. "Based on the success of this philanthropic campaign the Miami Shores Rotary Club might extend this to other Miami-Dade County areas."

    Contributions are tax deductible for Miami Shores and Biscayne Park residents. To subscribe or learn more about the Rotary Club of Miami Shores visit or call 954-328-6740.

    About The Rotary Club of Miami Shores
    The Rotary Club of Miami Shores is one of more than 30,000 Rotary clubs worldwide representing some 1.2 million service-minded men and women. The motto of Rotary is "Service Above Self." Rotarians concern themselves with truth, fairness, improved relations between people and world peace. They plan and carry out a remarkable variety of humanitarian, educational and cultural exchange programs that touch people's lives in their local and global communities.

    Locally, the Rotary Club of Miami Shores supports nine area schools through the J. Patrick Lee Memorial Scholarship. The Rotarians contribute to the Miami Shores Community Task Force, the Miami Shores Brockway Memorial Library and Alfalit, an organization dedicated to literacy training worldwide. The club is also involved in several international projects. It participates in the Polio Plus Campaign with Rotary International and the World Health Organization through financial contributions and direct participation in National Immunization Days in India. In addition, it partners with its District to provide clean water in Peru. The Rotary Club of Miami Shores meets every Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. at the Miami Shores Country Club. To learn more about the Rotary Club of Miami Shores, visit

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