Hannah T. Schoolfield, right, and her husband, James, say the recognition of “Poppy Day” is important to keeping alive the memory of those who have given their lives in war. Mrs. Schoolfield, the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 66 president, and other auxiliary members on May 27 will hand out poppies on the courthouse square in Pikeville, Tenn.
Hannah T. Schoolfield, right, and her husband, James, say the recognition of “Poppy Day” is important to keeping alive the memory of those who have given their lives in war. Mrs. Schoolfield, the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 66 president, and other auxiliary members on May 27 will hand out poppies on the courthouse square in Pikeville, Tenn.
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published Tuesday, May 21st, 2013
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As certain as the blooming of the poppies at Flanders Field in Belgium, the women of Pikeville, Tenn.'s American Legion Auxiliary Unit 66 will man their post at the corner of the Bledsoe County Courthouse Square on Friday.

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