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Parks

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102 South State Street
Greenfield
IN
USA
46140
 
 
New Castle
IN
USA
47362
 

Freedom Park

      
Portland
IN
USA
47371

2005

 

Proctor Memorial Park

      
New Whiteland
IN
USA
46184
http://newwhiteland.in.gov/parks-public-grounds/proctor-park/

May 2008

 
Munster
IN
USA
46321
 
 
Anderson
IN
USA
46012
 

Bluffton Veterans Park

      
Bluffton
IN
USA
46714

Unknown

 

Armed Forces Legacy Park Memorial

          
1 Tonasket Shop Road
Tonasket
WA
USA
98855

This memorial is part of the US Armed Forces Legacy Park, which honors veterans from every US war. The park also contains a plaque wall listing names of servicemembers from WWI as well as the Civil War, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, the Gulf War, and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

 

Bellevue WWI Memorial Monument

          
201 NE 4th St
Bellevue
WA
USA
98004

On November 11, 1926, the Bellevue Minute Women dedicated a bronze plaque and 65' wooden flagpole to the memory of the three Bellevue citizens who lost their lives in WWI. 89 years later, the memorial was restored to prominence by the "Lest We Forget" committee of VFW Post 2995 in conjunction with Jewish War Veterans Pacific NW Post 686, the Bellevue Department of Parks and Community Services, the Eastside Heritage Center, and the Bellevue City Council. Although the original flagpole no longer stands today, the restored memorial contains a metal representational remnant. It also features a new sculpture depicting a ceremonially folded American casket flag with three roses placed on top. Nearby, three elm trees in a memorial grove symbolize the three fallen sons of Bellevue. Every Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day, and Veterans Day, three flags are flown to honor the servicemen's memory; there are also plans to hold commemorative ceremonies recognizing the centennial of each man's date of death. The memorial is located in the center of Bellevue's Downtown Park.

 
6370 Kootenai St
Bonners Ferry
ID
USA
83805

This memorial park contains three monuments honoring the veterans and fallen servicemembers of Boundary County and one honoring the explorers who established the "first route of travel and trade across what is now the state of Idaho." The monuments honor veterans of all wars, including WW1. The park is located near the library, with its 100-foot flagpole making it hard to miss.

 

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