July 15, 2020

Honoring Our Confederate Heritage & Virtues

presented by Ultimate Flags LLC

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE CHESTER I-95 FLAG?

successfull silhouette man winner waving Confederate flag on top of the mountain peak

The Virginia Flaggers, a group that places Confederate Highway Memorial Battle Flags at sites around the commonwealth, is performing site improvements to the flag location on I-95 and has temporarily removed the flag and flag pole. The work is expected to be completed this fall and the flag will return with a re-dedication ceremony. The Flaggers have 25 other flag locations, including 14 in and around Danville where the City Council voted to remove a Third National Confederate Flag from the grounds of the Sutherlin Mansion. The group promises to stand up to efforts to remove Confederate flags.

Key Takeaways:

  • The I-95 Chester flag site was the first Highway Memorial Battle Flag raised in the Commonwealth.
  • The Virginia Flaggers Highway Memorial Battle Flags are dedicated to the Glory of God and our flags fly in memory and honor of our Confederate dead.
  • Several weeks ago, we began the process of extensive site improvements at our I-95 Chester Flag Site.

“The Virginia Flaggers Highway Memorial Battle Flags are dedicated to the Glory of God and our flags fly in memory and honor of our Confederate dead.”

http://vaflaggers.blogspot.com/2016/08/what-happened-to-chester-i-95-flag.html