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By Elizabeth Youngman Westphal
Special to The Village News 

'The Producers' is a resounding success

 

Last updated 6/24/2019 at 5:59pm

One never knows when a single act will change the course of a country. Washington crossed the Delaware. Francis Scott Key was imprisoned under a siege, or a lone trumpeter played the national anthem at dusk.

Shrouded in twilight, the haunting sounds of a solo trumpeter invoking "The Star Spangled Banner" filled the night air. It was a hallowed moment for those who heard it. As the country's anthem drifted above the din – it was a gentle reminder to embrace God, country and the flag.

The question arises, why shouldn't the national anthem be played before each and every public performance?...



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