Sons of American Legion to replace flags at cemetery

Dick Buszka, commander of the Sons of the American Legion, affiliated with American Legion Post 113 in Rotonda West, said he hopes changing the flags at Lemon Bay Cemetery becomes an annual tradition.

This will be the second time Buszka and Ray Tafelski, first vice president of the post, will be replacing the prisoner of war, missing in action and American flags at the cemetery.

Annette Sharpe, member of the post’s Ladies Auxiliary, said the Sons provided the flags.    The ceremony will take place at 8:45 a.m. Monday.


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Tom Chang is a freelance journalist with a background in multimedia journalism and web publishing. He is currently pursuing his Masters in Journalism and Media Studies from the University of South Florida St.Petersburg. He graduated in 2004 with a Bachelors Degree in Mass Communications at USF Tampa. Tom's interests include a little bit of everything from entertainment to sports. He also wishes to delve into creative writing writing sci-fi/fantasy stories. Tom was recently the Online Editor for USF St. Petersburg's the Crow's Nest, he joined the staff in January 2010 where he started freelance writing, photographing, copy editing and later became a staff writer. Tom’s freelance experience in journalism amassed a wide range of companies including Creative Loafing, The Focus Magazine, Lutz News,, and Tampa Tribune.
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