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From U.S. Capitol To Salisbury: Torn Flag Replaced At LSE

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SALISBURY, Md. - A worn-down American flag flew for the last time at Lower Shore Enterprises.

But taking its place, a flag that recently rippled above the U.S. Capitol.

Rep. Andy Harris (R-Dist. 1) presented the organization with the gift. Harris says the same banner waved at the Capitol last July 4th.

"The folks at Lower Shore Enterprise do a great job for the community," said Harris. "In this holiday season we shouldn't forget those who are less fortunate than we are and LSE never forgets those people."

Several veterans were on-hand during the ceremony on Wednesday and the old flag was given to them for a proper burial.

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