Flags planted in Aurora dedicated to vets, families
November 3, 2013 (AURORA, Ill.) (WLS) -- The opening ceremony was held Sunday for what's called the Healing Field for Military Veterans at West Aurora High School.
The 2,000 flags planted in the field are dedicated to all veterans and to their families.
The flags are purchased by sponsors.
They'll remain on the field for ten days until November 13, and then they'll be given back to those sponsors.
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