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The Honor Guard will be available to present colors for area sporting events, ceremonies, parades, memorials, funerals, and other special events. The Honor Guard asks for a minimum of thirty (30) days notice when possible, so scheduling can be handled in a smooth manner. The membership has voluntarily committed themselves to the Guard. Many hours have been and will be spent practicing.
To request the CJC Honor Guard be present at your function, you may do so by calling the Fire District Headquarters at (816)229-2522.