A groundbreaking ceremony for the first Utah Gold Star Families Memorial monument took place on Tuesday, May 19, 2020, at the North Ogden City offices at 10:00 AM. (505 E 2700 N North Ogden)
Feb 28, 2020- Follow the Flag and Utah’s Patriot Guard Riders were honored to stand flags and pay respects to a local Veteran Wayne Tony Taylor. Wayne is a family member of several of our Follow the Flag Volunteers and we count his wife Lona as one of our own.Read More
Kirk Takeshi Fuchigami Jr. was called back home doing what he loved: serving his country and flying helicopters. He was born July 14, 1994, and passed away Nov. 20, 2019, while providing security for U.S. ground troops in Afghanistan.
Sergeant First Class Elliott Jerome Robbins, 31, born on August 18, 1987, in La Jolla, California, passed away on June 30, 2019 in Afghanistan after serving in the Army for 13 years. His death came as a shock and surprise to many. His untimely death happened the week before the fourth of July. Follow the Flag dedicated its efforts in the North Ogden Cherry Days Parade to the family of SFC Robbins carrying Elliott’s picture with us as we made our way down Washington Blvd.
LOGAN, Utah – Follow the Flag North Ogden began Healing Flight 2 by heading to Logan, UT to hang “Baby Betsy” in the heart of the town to show support and healing for the tragic loss of Elizabeth Shelley, or “Lizzy”. The flag was lowered from the edges of the only building in town that was large enough for even the small flag. As the good people of Logan drove down Main Street, many were touched as the symbol of unity and freedom graced downtown. The message we want to send during these healing missions is that we are all in this together and no one needs to carry the burden alone. United we stand.