Yorktown Town Hall
Flagpoles Re-activated
On Thursday, December 7th, 2017 our Yorktown Post #1009 joined with Veterans
of Foreign Wars Post #8328 to re-activate the flagpoles at Yorktown Town Hall.  
The original flagpole and veterans monuments in front of Town Hall were
removed to install handicapped parking spaces for the building.  In its place three
smaller flagpoles were installed.  The old flagpole was moved to the center of
Patriot's Park adjacent to Town Hall.  The Town Board had the three veterans
monuments installed there also with lighting.  In addition, there were 6 flagpoles
installed to display the flags of the branches of the US military services.
Past Post Commander's of Yorktown's American Legion and
Veterans of Foreign Wars Posts Al Laughlin(left) and Mike O'Connor
(right) raised the US flag.
Veterans and Town Hall staff attended the reactivation ceremony.
The US Flag is raised with honors reactivating the flagpoles in
front of Town Hall.
Charlie McKay and Carl DiLiberto stand by to raise the New York
State flag.
Mission accomplished in front of Town Hall.
Larry Qualter and Rich Calbo stand by to raise the US Navy flag.
A group shot of the veterans residing at the Country House.
A new 18' US flag is raised in Patriot's Park.
John McQuillan and Carl DiLiberto prepare to raise the US Air Force flag.
Patrick McDonough and Lee DeFrancesco lead the remembrance for
the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Supervisor Micheal Grace thanks all who helped to make the new
improved Patriot's Park come to completion.
Members of American Legion Post #1009 and Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post #8328 pause after raising the flags of our military services.
(L - R)  Rocco Salierno, Mike O'Connor, Al Laughlin, William
Matney, Larry Qualter, Rich Calbo, John McQuillan, Carl DiLiberto,
Frank Troia, Anthony Grasso, Charlie McKay, and Tom Einwich.

Job Well Done!!