Plano Republican Women

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Our Next Meeting

TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 2014 @ 11:30am

Southfork Hotel
   1600 N. Central Exp.
Plano, Texas

Guest Speaker

State Representative
Jeff Leach

Registration is now open!

Stephanie Casson, President PRW Presents Ann Harrington 50th Anniversary Scrapbook.

Representative Van Taylor Presents A Proclamation from Governor Rick Perry to Melissa Woodward

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The Plano Republican Women proudly dedicate our website to the members of the United States Military and their families who defend our freedoms with their lives. They make it possible for us to proclaim our beliefs and to voice our opinions without fear of reprisal. We salute you!

When a Soldier Comes Home
Trace Adkins Tribute Video

You're a Grand Old Flag 

Preformed by the Navy, Air Force, Marines, and the Coast Guard Bands of the US of the US Army

You're a Grand Old Flag

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"You're a Grand Old Flag" is a patriotic song of the United States. The song, a spirited march written by George M. Cohan, is a tribute to the U.S. flag.

The title and first lyric comes from someone Cohan once met; the Library of Congress website notes:

The original lyric for this perennial George M. Cohan favorite came, as Cohan later explained, from an encounter he had with a Civil War veteran who fought at Gettysburg. The two men found themselves next to each other and Cohan noticed the vet held a carefully folded but ragged old flag. The man reportedly then turned to Cohan and said, "She's a grand old rag." Cohan thought it was a great line and originally named his tune "You're a Grand Old Rag." So many groups and individuals objected to calling the flag a "rag," however, that he "gave 'em what they wanted" and switched words, renaming the song "You're a Grand Old Flag."[1]
— Library of Congress

Click here to hear Red Skelton recite his famous version of the Pledge of Allegiance

Honor the Flag of the United States of America and celebrate the glory and dignity she brings to our nation as well as those who have fought for our freedom to display her with pride.

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