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Vets Day Flag Retirement

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Vets Day Flag Retirement

Sonoma Valley veterans held a brief flag retirement ceremony, so that those who usually attend the local Veterans Day events would have time to attend the Petaluma parade. The flags were first cut into quarters then respectfully placed into the cauldron of fire at the center of a group of about fifty people. Boy scouts from Troop 222 presented the colors and helped with the ceremonial cremation. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

  • Stephanie

    We are proud to know Bailey Woodworth as a loyal scout of Troop 222