Exchange your worn out flags during Flag Week

Between June 11 and June 15, you can exchange your flags at two Enumclaw locations.

Prestige Senior Living is proud to celebrate National Flag Week with an opportunity for local residents to exchange worn-out U.S. flags for new flags, free of charge, beginning June 11.

Prestige invites community members to visit between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday, June 11 through Friday, June 15 to receive a brand-new American flag in exchange for their worn-out or used flags. The flag exchange is limited to the supply of flags at each location, and reservations are available.

To properly dispose of worn flags Prestige has partnered with Enumclaw VFW Post 1949, and a ceremonial disposal will take place at a later date.

The Flag Exchange will take place at two local locations:

Living Court Assisted Living at 2229 Jensen St. and;

Expressions at Enumclaw Memory Care at 2454 Cole St.

For more information, contact Kim Dunn, Assistant Executive Director at (360) 825-0280 or kdunn@prestigecare.com.

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