People across Westchester and Putnam counties in New York, Fairfield County in Connecticut, and throughout the entire nation celebrate Flag Day every year on June 14.
However, there are right and wrong ways to display an American flag on Flag Day or any other day of the year, according to holidayinsights.com.
For example, flags typically should fly from sunrise to sunset, holidayinsights.com reported.
Never let a flag touch the ground, and always burn or bury flags that are too old or dilapidated to continue flying, according to holidayinsights.com.
For more information about Flag Day and general flag etiquette, click here.
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