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Exchangites Promote Patriotism

at Prospect Hill Cemetery's Memorial Day Program

 

 

Prospect Hill Cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in Omaha.The Prospect Hill Memorial Day Program recognizes both fallen service personnel and early prominent Omaha citizens. Memorial Day services are held each year, with special music provided by the Prospect Hill Preservation Brass Ensemble (including our own Exchangite, Don Swaggard, playing the French horn!). 
Boy Scouts lead the Pledge of Allegiance, re-enactors in Civil War-era uniforms present the colors, a 21-gun salute is held, and there is a tribute to local businesswoman (Omaha's famous "Madam") and benefactor Anna Wilson. Since 2007, The Exchange Club of Omaha has been proud to be part of the celebration, handing out American flags to all those who attend.

 
 
 
Above: The Exchange Club of Omaha and Families participating in Prospect Hill Cemetery's Memorial Day Program;
Below: Future Exchangites volunteer, as well!
                                                                                                                                           
Prospect Hill 2015 Propsect Hill 2015 Kids  Prospect Hill 2015
 
 
 
Exchangites Tom Prohaska, Kimberly Swassing and her daughter, KayLynn, Sandy and Tom Hellisgo, DJ Jacobberger, Lee Handke, and Michael Pelowski and his wife Judy provided  flags to attendees at the Program.  Exchangite Don Swaggard plays in the band at the program.

Exchangites Tom Prohaska, Kimberly Swassing and her daughter, KayLynn, Sandy and Tom Hellisgo, DJ Jacobberger, Lee Handke, and Michael Pelowski and his wife Judy provided  flags to attendees at the Program.  Exchangite Don Swaggard plays in the band at the program.