SCV’s youth come together to support passed veterans
People participate in Eternal Valley's annual flag placement event. Bill Reynolds/The Signal
By Bill Reynolds
Saturday, May 27th, 2017
On Saturday, boy & girl scouts from all over SCV, along with Santa Clarita’s Young Marines & Valencia High School’s ROTC Cadets participated in Eternal Valley’s annual flag placement event.  Over 7,000 US Flags were placed at every Veteran’s grave.
People participate in Eternal Valley’s annual flag placement event. Bill Reynolds/The Signal
People participate in Eternal Valley’s annual flag placement event. Bill Reynolds/The Signal
People participate in Eternal Valley’s annual flag placement event. Bill Reynolds/The Signal

About the author

Bill Reynolds

Bill Reynolds

Bill Reynolds is one of the “Boys of ’67,” Charlie Company, 4th/47th, 9th Infantry Division and is the director of Veterans Affairs for The Signal.

People participate in Eternal Valley's annual flag placement event. Bill Reynolds/The Signal

SCV’s youth come together to support passed veterans

On Saturday, boy & girl scouts from all over SCV, along with Santa Clarita’s Young Marines & Valencia High School’s ROTC Cadets participated in Eternal Valley’s annual flag placement event.  Over 7,000 US Flags were placed at every Veteran’s grave.
People participate in Eternal Valley’s annual flag placement event. Bill Reynolds/The Signal
People participate in Eternal Valley’s annual flag placement event. Bill Reynolds/The Signal
People participate in Eternal Valley’s annual flag placement event. Bill Reynolds/The Signal

About the author

Bill Reynolds

Bill Reynolds

Bill Reynolds is one of the “Boys of ’67,” Charlie Company, 4th/47th, 9th Infantry Division and is the director of Veterans Affairs for The Signal.