Joe Paull jpaull@ledger-enquirer.com
Nearly 300 new commemorative pavers were dedicated at the National Infantry Museum's Heritage Walk Monday morning  putting the total number of pavers at over 3,000. Those who purchase a 4"x8" granite paver to be placed permanently on the walk are also given a miniature replica to keep at home. The paver dedication ceremonies, which are free and open to the public, are held every year on Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day and Veterans Day.
Joe Paull jpaull@ledger-enquirer.com Nearly 300 new commemorative pavers were dedicated at the National Infantry Museum's Heritage Walk Monday morning putting the total number of pavers at over 3,000. Those who purchase a 4"x8" granite paver to be placed permanently on the walk are also given a miniature replica to keep at home. The paver dedication ceremonies, which are free and open to the public, are held every year on Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day and Veterans Day.
Joe Paull jpaull@ledger-enquirer.com Nearly 300 new commemorative pavers were dedicated at the National Infantry Museum's Heritage Walk Monday morning putting the total number of pavers at over 3,000. Those who purchase a 4"x8" granite paver to be placed permanently on the walk are also given a miniature replica to keep at home. The paver dedication ceremonies, which are free and open to the public, are held every year on Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day and Veterans Day.

Nearly 300 Pavers added to Infantry Museum's Heritage Walk

February 22, 2011 11:19 AM

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