Freedom's Never Free (FNF) is an appreciation celebration for our Veterans, Military (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, National Guard, & Coast Guard). Although our main focus is on our Veterans and Military, we honor our 1st Responders (Law Enforcement, Fire Fighters, & Emergency Medical Personnel), and their families, as well.
Those attending enjoy various activities such as static displays, Flag retirement ceremony, Missing Man Table, informational tables/displays, guest speakers, and more.
Attendees will be inspired as they hear testimonies from our guest speakers, providing the audience with a deeper look into the cost of freedom and the sacrifices our heroes make daily.
2nd Monday of each month, 6:30 p.m. @ the Greenfield Township Fire Dept., 3245 Havensport Rd., Carroll, OH 43130
(corner of Havensport, Electionhouse & Coonpath Roads)
DATES: 2-11, 3-11, 4-8, 5-13, 6-10, 7-8, 8-12, 9-9, 10-14, and 10-28
FNF 2019 EVENT DATES
Wed, Oct. 30th - Sat, Nov. 2nd
Please understand FNF is in honor of the brave men and women who choose to serve and pay the cost of freedom proudly and without complaint; all the while displaying HONOR, INTEGRITY, STRENGTH, SELFLESSNESS, CHARACTER, LOYALTY, COURAGE, RESPECT, & DUTY.
Some highlights, to mention a few include the "Missing Man Table", dinner, and the "appreciation ceremony" will conclude with "Taps" played by a single bugler followed by the presentation of the American Flag flown during the 4 day event to an honored living Veteran.
This event is free to all and we encourage those who have and are currently serving to join us and allow us to serve you. We encourage civilians to join us and take this opportunity to personally thank those who have sacrificed so much for our freedom and the freedom of many around the world.
SSgt John J. Ignash, U.S. Army, Korean and Vietnam Veteran, once stated, "Freedom IS free to those who have never served," and their sacrifice carries over to their families.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their worn and tattered American Flags to be retired properly.
Freedom's Never Free