‘Best of America’ in Bainbridge


A pair of AEP bucket trucks lift a large United States flag into place Saturday during a celebration in Bainbridge saluting RFD-TV’s “Best Of America By Horseback” taping a pair of Christmas-themed patriotic shows Saturday and Sunday at the Paxton Theatre. A short program and parade followed the raising of the flag and an estimated 1,000 flags lined entrances to the town on U.S. Route 50. During the program preceding the parade, and with Veterans Day approaching on Nov. 11, Highland County Veterans Service Commission Vice President Kevin Barreras told the crowd, “Veterans shouldn’t honor themselves, they should be honored by the community, and my hat’s off to Bainbridge for doing that.”


A pair of AEP bucket trucks lift a large United States flag into place Saturday during a celebration in Bainbridge saluting RFD-TV’s “Best Of America By Horseback” taping a pair of Christmas-themed patriotic shows Saturday and Sunday at the Paxton Theatre. A short program and parade followed the raising of the flag and an estimated 1,000 flags lined entrances to the town on U.S. Route 50. During the program preceding the parade, and with Veterans Day approaching on Nov. 11, Highland County Veterans Service Commission Vice President Kevin Barreras told the crowd, “Veterans shouldn’t honor themselves, they should be honored by the community, and my hat’s off to Bainbridge for doing that.”

A pair of AEP bucket trucks lift a large United States flag into place Saturday during a celebration in Bainbridge saluting RFD-TV’s “Best Of America By Horseback” taping a pair of Christmas-themed patriotic shows Saturday and Sunday at the Paxton Theatre. A short program and parade followed the raising of the flag and an estimated 1,000 flags lined entrances to the town on U.S. Route 50. During the program preceding the parade, and with Veterans Day approaching on Nov. 11, Highland County Veterans Service Commission Vice President Kevin Barreras told the crowd, “Veterans shouldn’t honor themselves, they should be honored by the community, and my hat’s off to Bainbridge for doing that.”
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/11/web1_Flag-pic.jpgA pair of AEP bucket trucks lift a large United States flag into place Saturday during a celebration in Bainbridge saluting RFD-TV’s “Best Of America By Horseback” taping a pair of Christmas-themed patriotic shows Saturday and Sunday at the Paxton Theatre. A short program and parade followed the raising of the flag and an estimated 1,000 flags lined entrances to the town on U.S. Route 50. During the program preceding the parade, and with Veterans Day approaching on Nov. 11, Highland County Veterans Service Commission Vice President Kevin Barreras told the crowd, “Veterans shouldn’t honor themselves, they should be honored by the community, and my hat’s off to Bainbridge for doing that.”