Freedom Honor Flight returns with two fall flights

Flight 25 scheduled for September 11

In 2020, Freedom Honor Flight made the difficult decision to suspend flights until it was again possible to fly veterans safely. In July of this year, hubs across the nation received the green light from National Honor Flight (NHF) to resume flights. Freedom Honor Flight was ready and quickly organized two fall flights.

Flight 25—September 11, 2021

Flight 26—October 9, 2021

The organization is thrilled to return to its mission of honoring veterans by flying them to see the memorials built in their honor. Veterans fly for free, accompanied by guardians who pay their own way. The single-day itinerary includes a welcome in Washington, D.C., and visits typically include the WWII Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery and other sites via luxury motorcoaches.

Families and friends can send off and welcome home the veterans at Colgan Air Hangar 4. Send off is 6–7 am. The flight is expected to return between 9 and 10:30 pm. A tent will be provided.

Freedom Honor Flight returns with two fall flights

Winona Elks Lodge #327 is hosting another Car, Truck, Motorcycle, or Anything Show! Join us again this spring for a great car show and pork chop dinner. 

Serving pork chop dinner for $10 from 11 am until gone. 

Donations to Freedom Honor Flight are welcome. Questions? Please call 507-452-4716. 

For car show information, contact Arnie Jackson at 507-454-3769.

Winona Elks Spring Show set for May 23

Today is National Day of the Deployed. Thank you to all our active duty members and their families!

Posted by Freedom Honor Flight on Monday, October 26, 2020


Did you know, the reflection of the Korean War Veterans Memorial mural wall creates the image of 38 statues, symbolic of the 38th parallel and the 38 months of the war.

Posted by Freedom Honor Flight on Thursday, October 22, 2020


Fourteen years ago today, the US Air Force Memorial was unveiled. The three arcs mimic contrails of Air Force Thunderbirds as they peel back in a precision ‘bomb burst’ maneuver.

Posted by Freedom Honor Flight on Wednesday, October 14, 2020

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