American flags at Tahoma National Cemetery

Lulu Brady, along with 600 other freshmen from Tahoma High School, placed 40,000 American flags at Tahoma National Cemetery on Thursday morning, May 24, as part of a longstanding Tahoma program known as Operation Veterans Remembrance. This event had special significance to Lulu, whose grandfather, General Roger K. Bean, served 32 years in the Army and is buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, DC. (Image courtesy of Cary Collins)
Lulu Brady, along with 600 other freshmen from Tahoma High School, placed 40,000 American flags at Tahoma National Cemetery on Thursday morning, May 24, as part of a longstanding Tahoma program known as Operation Veterans Remembrance. This event had special significance to Lulu, whose grandfather, General Roger K. Bean, served 32 years in the Army and is buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, DC. (Image courtesy of Cary Collins)