Senator Humason Invites Constituents to Flag Day Stand Out


Westfield --- Senator Donald F. Humason Jr. (R-2nd Hampden and Hampshire) sends the following message to his constituents:


“Friday, June 14 is Flag Day, and I would like to extend an invitation to all my constituents, to join me in a stand out. I hope they grab their American flags and stand out with them on Friday, June 14, 2019, from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM in the park on the South side between the two Great River Bridges in Westfield.

Every year Flag Day is observed to honor our flag and the nation it represents.  For more years than I can count, I have organized a pro-America, non-political, non-partisan, grassroots, pro-flag, patriotic standout on Flag Day in Westfield.

Bring your friends and family, your kids and pets.  Wear red, white, and blue!

This event is open to everyone: individuals or groups, children or adults.  I’d love to see scouts and veterans, candidates and politicians, citizens and lovers of freedom and democracy, Americans of all shapes and sizes come to celebrate Flag Day and show their pride in their flag and their country.  Even if you don’t live in Westfield, all are welcome!

If anyone has an old or tattered American flag they would like to retire in a respectful way, they can bring them to me that afternoon.  As usual, I will be collecting flags that are no longer serviceable and will be passing them on to a local veterans group for an appropriate retirement ceremony.

The standout will take place rain or shine.  Spread the word.  All are welcome. God Bless America!” said Senator Humason.

Senator Humason represents the 2nd Hampden and Hampshire District, which consists of the cities of Agawam, Easthampton, Holyoke, Westfield, and parts of the city of Chicopee; and the towns of Granville, Montgomery, Russell, Southampton, Southwick, and Tolland. 

The Senator maintains a district office for the convenience of his constituents and encourages them to contact him at his district office at 64 Noble Street in Westfield, Massachusetts 01085, (413) 568-1366; or his Boston office, State House, Room 313A, Boston, Massachusetts 02133, (617) 722-1415.  His email address is



Donald Humason