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Veterans help celebrate
new Chick-fil-A

 

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  Several volunteers with the Henry County Veterans Museum helped celebrate the grand opening of the new Chick-fil-A in the Lake Dow area of McDonough on the morning of Thursday, August 21, by raising the flag to the familiar tune of the Star Spangled Banner.

Volunteer veterans with the Henry County Veterans Museum ready the U.S. flag for hoisting.                          Special photo

  The honor came following the official ribbon-cutting ceremony opening the new restaurant.

  Henry County Parks and Recreation Facilities Coordinator Jim Joyce, who is also a veteran and the museum’s curator, led veteran volunteers Bill Steele, Robert Brown, Lloyd Witt, Otis Hicks and Darryl Woodall in the ceremony, hoisting the massive flag, which measured 12x18 feet.

  “We were truly honored to be chosen to raise that flag for the first time, and to be a part of the day,” said Joyce.

  Several Henry County Commissioners were also on hand to celebrate the opening, along with Bubba Cathy, founder Truett Cathy’s son, who is the Senior Vice President of Chick-fil-A, Inc. and President of Dwarf House, Inc.

 

 

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