Greg Maresca

Maresca

There they lay in all their red, white and blue glory albeit discolored, ripped, and AWOL from their sticks, while resting in the mucky terrain flanking Pine Hill Cemetery along Montour Road in Elysburg.

The sticks to which they were attached and the flag holders that held them in place marking all the military veteran’s graves, had no choice but to surrender their colors to the unrelenting winds of March.

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