What Defines Our Nation

Quincy Service Club


In Americanism, we aim to promote patriotism, civic engagement, and a deep appreciation for the principles that define our nation. We accomplish this mission and provide funding for other projects through our Field of Honor ® - a licensed program of the Colonial Flag Foundation and Flags of Honor fundraising programs as well as our Stars and Stripes for Kids, Proudly We Hail, One Nation Under God and Freedom Gallery programs. Following, is a brief description of each of these programs.

Freedom Gallery 2

Freedom Galleries

The Freedom Gallery is a project of the Roots of Freedom Foundation, whose mission is to inspire youth, families, and citizens in general to understand, respect, and preserve for future generations the values, freedoms, and ideals established by the Founding Fathers and fundamental documents of the United Sates of America.



Our Flags of Honor program aims to promote patriotism, unity, and community engagement by distributing and displaying U.S. flags in residential yards on significant national holidays such as Independence Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, and Flag Day. The program involves club members that coordinate and the Quincy Blue Devil Football team who distribute and retrieve the flags.

Child Waving Flag

Stars and Stripes for Kids

Quincy Service Club passes out nearly 8,000 American flags to the young and young at heart during Quincy’s Dogwood Parade and Flag Day Park Band Concert. The program is designed to cultivate a deeper sense of patriotism and to heighten young American’s appreciation and admiration for our country’s flag. We also put on display a giant 20’ x 30’ American flag at public events.

American Flag up close

Proudly We Hail

No symbol better signifies our nation’s greatness than our American flag—the Stars and Stripes. The Proudly We Hail program encourages regular display of the flag by individuals, commercial establishments and industries. To honor them a specially designed plaque is presented at a club meeting.

Stones with inspirational words

One Nation Under God

The United States has a rich spiritual heritage that is deeply ingrained in its history and founding principles. Many of the country's early settlers sought religious freedom and built their lives and communities based on their faith traditions. The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution guarantees freedom of religion, allowing individuals to practice their faith freely.

Field of Flags

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Sports team saluting the flag
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