Learning to respect the U.S. flag


Desert Storm veteran Jon Egbert, left, helps Kyla Egbert, 10, both of Anna, daughter of Shawn and Rachelle Egbert, fold a U.S. flag during a flag folding presentation at Anna Elementary by U.S. veterans Wednesday, Nov. 7. Each 5th grade student was given a small flag to fold. The flags were taken from the graves of veterans. Kids learned that the flag is folded 13 times and that each fold has been given meaning.

Desert Storm veteran Jon Egbert, left, helps Kyla Egbert, 10, both of Anna, daughter of Shawn and Rachelle Egbert, fold a U.S. flag during a flag folding presentation at Anna Elementary by U.S. veterans Wednesday, Nov. 7. Each 5th grade student was given a small flag to fold. The flags were taken from the graves of veterans. Kids learned that the flag is folded 13 times and that each fold has been given meaning.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Desert Storm veteran Jon Egbert, left, helps Kyla Egbert, 10, both of Anna, daughter of Shawn and Rachelle Egbert, fold a U.S. flag during a flag folding presentation at Anna Elementary by U.S. veterans Wednesday, Nov. 7. Each 5th grade student was given a small flag to fold. The flags were taken from the graves of veterans. Kids learned that the flag is folded 13 times and that each fold has been given meaning.

Desert Storm veteran Jon Egbert, left, helps Kyla Egbert, 10, both of Anna, daughter of Shawn and Rachelle Egbert, fold a U.S. flag during a flag folding presentation at Anna Elementary by U.S. veterans Wednesday, Nov. 7. Each 5th grade student was given a small flag to fold. The flags were taken from the graves of veterans. Kids learned that the flag is folded 13 times and that each fold has been given meaning.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/11/web1_SDN110818FlagFold.jpgDesert Storm veteran Jon Egbert, left, helps Kyla Egbert, 10, both of Anna, daughter of Shawn and Rachelle Egbert, fold a U.S. flag during a flag folding presentation at Anna Elementary by U.S. veterans Wednesday, Nov. 7. Each 5th grade student was given a small flag to fold. The flags were taken from the graves of veterans. Kids learned that the flag is folded 13 times and that each fold has been given meaning. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News