Flag of Stone can be viewed at Town Hall


Roberto Torres Sr. of Florida built this Flag of Stone to honor the victims and the heroes of 9/11. Made of granite and tile and weighing 200 pounds, the 6-foot-tall flag is displayed in West Liberty Town Hall, thanks to area businesses funding transportation costs and Jamie Shaffner, Kenneth Lancaster and Laymon Wilder’s transporting the memorial. With the display is a folder containing pictures of the making of the flag.

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Roberto Torres Sr. of Florida built this Flag of Stone to honor the victims and the heroes of 9/11. Made of granite and tile and weighing 200 pounds, the 6-foot-tall flag is displayed in West Liberty Town Hall, thanks to area businesses funding transportation costs and Jamie Shaffner, Kenneth Lancaster and Laymon Wilder’s transporting the memorial. With the display is a folder containing pictures of the making of the flag.
http://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2017/09/web1_Stone.jpgRoberto Torres Sr. of Florida built this Flag of Stone to honor the victims and the heroes of 9/11. Made of granite and tile and weighing 200 pounds, the 6-foot-tall flag is displayed in West Liberty Town Hall, thanks to area businesses funding transportation costs and Jamie Shaffner, Kenneth Lancaster and Laymon Wilder’s transporting the memorial. With the display is a folder containing pictures of the making of the flag. Tami Wenger | Contributing photographer