I pledge allegiance to
the flag of the United
States of America and
to the Republic for
which it stands, one
nation under God,
liberty and justice
This year we will honor the great 4-H Clubs (https://4-h.org/)
begins at 11:30am at the Americanism Center.
begins at 1:30 leaving the Americanism Center after the program.
begins after the parade (approximately 3:00pm) on the Americanism Center grounds and features ...
Fun, Games, and Prizes for the kids
Fireworks by Bartolotta at dusk
The day's activities are FREE. Come and celebrate our flag's birthday.
Flag Day Blessing 2017
4-H Club Registration Form
Floats and Units Registration Form
The essay contest is open to all students grades 3-12.
All students in public, private, parochial, home or
virtual schools are invited and encouraged to participate.
Length of the essays include:
1. 150 words in length for grades 3, 4, and 5
2. 250 words in length for grades 6, 7, and 8
3. 500 words in length for grades 9, 10, 11, and 12
All entries must be original.
Judging criteria is:
Grammar, punctuation, and spelling
Please provide a cover sheet with the essay that includes the contestantís
name, grade, name of school, home address and phone number.
The contestantís name should also appear on the essay itself.
Please note, submission of an entry indicates a consent for the winner's name,
school, and home town to published on this site.
Prizes will be awarded to each age group (grades 3-5),
(grades 6-8), and (grades 9-12) that include first place
of $250 and second place prize of $125. Winners will be notified by phone by April 30, 2019.
ALL entries must be post marked by April 1, 2019 and sent to:
National Flag Day Observance 2019
PO Box 55
Waubeka, WI 53021
For more information contact: Pam Schlenvogt at (414)333-8778
or Jack Janik at 262-692-9111
The National Flag Day Foundation wishes to thank each of the nearly 250 students
who submitted essays for this year's contest. The response was greater than
ever, with entries received from all over the United States.
All of the essays were well done, making selection of only two per category
difficult. The students expressed very thought-provoking reflections on the
personal significance of the American Flag. All contestants are to be applauded
for their outstanding effort. Special thanks to all of the contestants and our
panel of judges.
Winners of the 2019 Essay Contest are:
1st place grade 4-5: Rithika Chitoor, Grade 4, McLane Elementary School, West Bend, WI
1st place grade 6-8: Nora Downs, Grade 7, Coral Academy of Science Middle School, Reno NV
1st place grade 9-12: Matthew Baughman, Grade 12, Northern Ozaukee High School, Fredonia WI
2nd place grade 4-5: Genevieve Esten, Grade 4, Parkview Elementary School, Cedarburg WI
2nd place grade 6-8: Rachel Krueger, Grade 7, Thomas Jefferson Middle School, Port Washington WI
4200 Valley View Dr.
Waubeka, WI 53021
For more information contact: Jack Janik at 262-692-9111
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