Armuchee Ruritan Club has flags flying already; a timely new flag at Saint Mary’s School courtesy of Coosa Valley Credit Union.

Armuchee Ruritan Club has flags flying already; a timely new flag at Saint Mary’s School courtesy of Coosa Valley Credit Union.

The flags are back out along Martha Berry Highway in celebration of our nation’s birthday, courtesy of the Armuchee Ruritan Club. The club would like to thank the following businesses and institutions for allowing us to place flags for the Independence Day holiday: Landmark Restaurant, Mapco, RaceTrac, Atlanta Postal Credit Union, Easy Living Yamaha, Subway, Sam’s Burger Deli, Shear Madness Hair Salon, Kid’s World Learning Center, Rhinehart Equipment, Flowers By Joan, Armuchee Pharmacy, Pinecrest Golf Carts and Mowers, Selman’s Country Store, Ole Tymer BBQ, Here Today Gone Tomorrow, Henderson and Sons Funeral Home, Armuchee Elementary School, Bestway Construction Services, Armuchee Self Storage, Equipment Outlet, Armuchee AmVets Post 2011, Budget Inn, Floyd Urgent Care Armuchee, Lavender Mountain Hardware, Pasquale’s Pizza and Pasta, Armuchee High School, The Farmhouse, Armuchee Auto Sales, Kings Inn, Food Lion, Wendy’s, United Rentals, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Citgo, Mount Berry Animal Hospital, State Farm Teresa Lumsden, Jack’s, Bojangle’s, Waffle House, Arby’s, McDonald’s, Heritage First Bank Armuchee, Armuchee Auto Collision, KSD Customs.

If you own a business on Martha Berry Highway and would like to have flags placed, please contact us on our Facebook page or via our website, www.armucheeruritan.org.


Stephanie Graves of Coosa Valley Credit Union presents a new flag at Saint Mary’s Catholic School which in turn was raised by alums Henry Thornton and brothers Philip and Nicholas Johnson, members of Troop 113. They’re joined by Jenny Rittgers, the school’s new principal. It was part of Coosa Valley Credit Union’s annual tradition of offering free replacement flags in June through Independence Day. The school’s old flag, “a gift from SMS granddad Jim Hudson, had been flown over the U.S. Capitol in recognition of the anniversary of the founding of Saint Mary’s School but had become tattered and worn with age, and so was lowered and retired. A special way to celebrate an early Independence Day,” according to a Saint Mary’s Facebook post.

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