July 2, 2018: Install 660 flags For Forgotten Soldiers at Assumption Church, Our Lady of Perpetual Help on Pitney Road.  Assistance from local Boy Scout Troup who helped for community service - educate Boy Scouts on what the Flags represent Suicide Prevention – Veterans.

August 10, 2018: Remove the flags from Assumption Church.


September 18, 2018: Provided a presentation to Atlantic County Board of Directors for the Atlantic County Veterans Museum regarding Flags for Forgotten Soldiers

October 23,18: Install 660 flags for Forgotten Soldiers at the Atlantic County Veterans Museum in Estelle Manor, NJ. Assistance from Atlantic County Superintendent of Parks who helped install, maintain and remove flags through Veterans Day November 11th. Removed the flags on November 28th.


November 10, 2018: Spoke at the Pleasantville Library as guest speaker for Veterans Day ceremony.  Spoke about the Flags for Forgotten Soldiers and Suicide Prevention.  Received Certificate of Appreciation.


November 11, 2018: Attend Veterans Day breakfast at Atlantic City Electric Company, Exelon Division to talk about the Flags for Forgotten Soldiers. Company wishes to install flags in the Spring of 2019


November 12, 2018: Spoke with the Director of Military Services, Jason Babin at Stockton University about the Flags for Forgotten Soldiers project. Stockton University is scheduled to install the Flags in 2019.


The photograph below is where the project began in 2017.


Example of Flags For Forgotten Solders setup at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Absecon, NJ.

Note: all locations provide daily maintenance to insure the Flags remain standing during weather conditions. Members of the team devote their time to check these sites during the month the display remains up. Several hours to update inventory, order signs, flags, posts, etc.