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¡¡¡¡SEYMOUR ¨C The public is invited to attend a Flag Day ceremony on Monday, June 14th at 11 a.m. on the patio of the Seymour Elks Lodge 462 (also Brewskies Downtown restaurant), at 117 East Second Street in Seymour.

¡¡¡¡This annual holiday and ceremony will celebrate the history and symbolism of the American flag.?


¡¡¡¡Flag Day is a celebration of the American flag that occurs each year on the anniversary of the flag¡¯s official adoption, June 14.

¡¡¡¡What we know fondly as the ¡°Stars and Stripes¡± was adopted by the Continental Congress as the official American flag on June 14, 1777, in the midst of the Revolutionary War. Colonial troops fought under many different flags with various symbols¡ªrattlesnakes, pine trees, and eagles¡ªand slogans¡ª¡±Don¡¯t Tread on Me,¡± ¡°Liberty or Death,¡± and ¡°Conquer or Die,¡± to name a few.

¡¡¡¡The Declaration of Independence made the adoption of an American flag necessary. Previously, each colony or special interest had its own flag.

¡¡¡¡On the 14th of June, Congress made the following resolution: ¡°The flag of the United States shall be thirteen stripes, alternate red and white, with a union of thirteen stars of white on a blue field ¡­¡± Official announcement of the new flag was not made until Sept. 3, 1777.

¡¡¡¡Who Made the First American Flag?

¡¡¡¡The origins of the Stars and Stripes have become part of American folklore. Although many people believe that Betsy Ross designed and sewed the first flag, there is no true proof of this. However, records do indicate that she made ensigns and pennants for the Philadelphia navy during the war. Various towns in colonial America have claimed to be the birthplace of the Stars and Stripes.

¡¡¡¡Based on colonial folklore, it has also been stated that the American flag was first flown in battle during the Revolutionary War at the Battle of Cooch¡¯s Bridge in 1777.


¡¡¡¡The first American flag was designed to represent the 13 original colonies with 13 white stars on a blue field and 13 alternating red and white stripes.

¡¡¡¡One of the first flag designs had the stars arranged in a circle, based on the idea that all colonies were equal.

¡¡¡¡In 1818, after a few design changes, the United States Congress decided to retain the flag¡¯s original 13 stripes and add new stars to reflect each new state that entered the union.

¡¡¡¡Today, there are 50 stars, one for each state in the union, but the 13 stripes remain.


¡¡¡¡The Continental Congress left no record as to why it chose these colors. However, in 1782, the Congress of the Articles of Confederation chose the colors for the Great Seal of the United States with these meanings:

¡¡¡¡white for purity and innocencered for valor and hardinessblue for vigilance, perseverance, and justice

¡¡¡¡According to the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, the colors originated with the British flag, which is called the Union Jack and was a combination of the Scottish cross of St. Andrew (white on blue) and the English cross of St. George (red on white) at the time. (The modern British flag also incorporates the Irish cross of St. Patrick into its design.)



¡¡¡¡Did you know that there is a proper way to fly the American flag? The U.S. Flag Code is an official set of guidelines (not laws) that dictates how a flag should be flown in order to show it the respect and honor that it deserves. Learn all about American Flag Etiquette here and be well prepared to hoist the flag this Flag Day!


¡¡¡¡The flag is usually taken indoors at night out of respect, but there are some places where flying the flag around the clock is permissible. Do you think you can guess them?

¡¡¡¡The Betsy Ross House in PhiladelphiaThe White HouseThe U.S. CapitolThe Iwo Jima Memorial to U.S. Marines in Arlington, VirginiaThe Revolutionary War battleground in Lexington, MassachusettsThe site of George Washington¡¯s winter encampment at Valley Forge, PennsylvaniaFort McHenry in Baltimore, MarylandThe Jenny Wade House in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (Jenny Wade was the only civilian killed in the Battle of Gettysburg, during the Civil War)The USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl HarborAll customs points of entry into the United StatesAny US Navy ship that is under way

¡¡¡¡In truth, the flag may be flown at night anywhere that it may be flown during the day, provided that it is properly illuminated during the hours of darkness.


¡¡¡¡Flag Day, celebrated annually on June 14, is not an official federal holiday, but its observance is traditionally proclaimed each year by the president of the United States.

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¡¡¡¡Here’s how long it takes to beat Episode Intermission in Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade.

¡¡¡¡By Jade King

¡¡¡¡Published 8 hours ago


¡¡¡¡How Long Is The Yuffie DLC In Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade?

¡¡¡¡Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade is here. The PS5 exclusive introduces a number of visual and performance enhancements to the excellent JRPG, although the biggest draw is arguably its exclusive standalone expansion – Episode Intermission.

¡¡¡¡Starring mischievous ninja Yuffie Kisaragi as she arrives in Midgar and seeks to infiltrate Shinra HQ in search of the Ultimate Materia, Intermission is available exclusively on PS5 and acts as a surprisingly meaty peace of narrative for fans wanting to sink their teeth into something new. It¡¯s excellent, as you can see in our review, but exactly how long does this adventure take to complete?


¡¡¡¡Related: Final Fantasy 7 Has Always Been Political – And Remake 2 Should Go Even Harder

¡¡¡¡A lot of players will be purchasing Intergrade for Intermission alone, so it¡¯s a reasonable thing to ask. We¡¯ve cleared all of the new content, and have worked out how long it takes to conquer whether you¡¯re only interested in the main story or want to soak up every little side quest it has to offer. Read on to find out more.

¡¡¡¡Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade Episode Intermission

¡¡¡¡Episode Intermission took me roughly five hours to complete. I completed a few major side quests such as collecting all of the Turtle Posters, but I didn¡¯t engage with Fort Condor and the Combat Simulator beyond a few brief moments of curiosity. So, those who aren¡¯t especially interested in side content can likely finish Yuffie¡¯s adventure in 4 – 5 hours.


¡¡¡¡Completionists will likely mine several more hours from Intermission if they hope to clear all major side quests and collect every piece of treasure and equipment located across the expansion. It¡¯s a surprisingly beefy affair, and offers a decent amount of replay value if you¡¯re willing to tackle a harder difficulty or hunt down all of the additional trophies.

¡¡¡¡For context, the main game can be completed in under 40 hours, so given it¡¯s a small extra for PS5 owners, Intermission is offering more than I could have expected.

¡¡¡¡Next: Finding The Heart Of Midgar With Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade’s Photo Mode




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