2018 Washington State Patriotic Day (including Massing of the Colors)
Massing of the Colors is a patriotic ceremony honoring those who have served the United States of America and honoring the youth of today who carry on the patriotic tradition. Massing of the colors adds this patriotic theme to the celebration of George Washington's Birthday.
The world-class I Corps Army Band, which creates bonds between the United States Army and the Pacific Northwest Community, will be playing their inspiring selection of music celebrating George Washington, our first patriot in the long line of patriots who have served our country well.
Massing of the Colors began in 1919 by military officers who served in WWI. In 1923, the Military Order if te World War assumed responsibility for The Massing of the Colors nation wide and still has that responsibility across the nation.
Hosted by Stadium High School, with Stadium High School Admiral James S. Russell Navy Junior ROTC Unit.
To find out more information, visit the Washington State Patriotic Day webpage here.