Many Americans take a little extra time during the Fourth of July holiday to show their support for their country.
Some hang an American flag out front, while some go a little further to show their patriotic pride.
The residents of Hunters Crossing in Bowling Green decided to step it up a notch with their neighborhood flag display.
"It's just an opportunity for us to feel a part of something that we know is important, not only what we enjoy as being neighbors in Hunters Crossing, but also enjoy being a part of the American nation", says resident Tamara Vogler.
Vogler added that she liked showing her appreciation towards the military.
The Hunters Crossing Neighborhood Association plans to have over 3,000 flags on display.
Neighbors put out their flags on Sunday and plan to leave them out through July seventh.
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