(a) The Governor annually shall proclaim the first Sunday in June as the day to honor
the fire, rescue, and emergency services workers of the State who made the ultimate
sacrifice in the performance of their duties.
(b) The Governor annually shall order the State flag to be flown at half-staff on
the first Sunday in June.
(c) On the first Sunday in June each year, memorial plaques containing the names of
the fire, rescue, and emergency services workers who made the ultimate sacrifice shall
be placed on the Maryland Fire-Rescue Services Memorial in the City of Annapolis by
the Maryland Fire-Rescue Services Memorial Foundation, Inc.
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