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News: We are a Flag Disposal Site
Do you have a flag that’s seen better days? There are right and wrong ways to dispose of them. One correct (and free) way is to let us do it for you. We have the honor of taking care of many Veterans here at Charlotte Memorial. When a Veteran’s family chooses cremation, we ask the family if we can cremate a flag with that veteran. Sometimes, actually several flags. We are able to do this because our crematory is right here at the funeral home. This means that once a loved one is taken into our care, they never leave our care. So – bring us your flags. They can be Old Glory, service branch flags, club flags – whatever. If you are not able to get to us, give a call and we will send someone to you. Just one more way we would like you to “Discover all the ways we can serve your family”.
Art in Public Places: Beverly Yankwitt
December 11, 2019
You can’t fight it any longer- Christmas is almost here! Just give up and come have some fun.
On Wednesday, December 11 at 5 PM, we are showing some fabulous works by Beverly Yankwitt, drinking egg nog (and maybe some wine), eating wonderful food and listening to Christmas tunes by Homegrown Sounds. It’s a can’t miss good time.
Beverly’s abstract, non-objective art has won several awards and been accepted into many prestigious juried shows. Charlotte Memorial’s receptions are part of the “Art in Public Places” program and presented by Leigha Murray. Come join us at 9400 Indian Spring Cemetery Road in Punta Gorda. Call Rick Tuss at 941-639-1171 for information.