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    Spotlight: Veterans Square Monument

    Help preserve our legacy

    Submit the name of a Lower Makefield or Yardley Veteran for the Wall of Honor at Veterans Square Monument.

    What a privilege to be honored in bronze for generations to come!  Please submit names of Lower Makefield and Yardley veterans and active duty military for the next bronze plaque at Veterans Square Monument, located at Veterans Square Park on the corner of Edgewood and Heacock Roads, Lower Makefield. 

    This is the site of the annual Veterans Day Commemorative Ceremony following the Lower Makefield parade.

    There is no charge to the veteran; service to our country is payment enough.

    Veterans Square Foundation has collected over 40 names so far and will create the next plaque once 80 are approved.

    Approximately 800 veterans are represented.

    Please e-mail information to lmtvet@VeteransSquare.org or mail to Veterans Square Foundation, 1621 S. Crescent Boulevard, Yardley, PA 19067.

    Include the veteran’s first and last name, middle initial, rank, branch of service, and war, conflict, or area served during peacetime: eg – Joe L. Smith, Pvt., USA, WWII.

    You must include an e-mail and/or phone number for confirmation. Proof of military service and residence is required, such as a DD214 discharge form with the Social Security number blacked out, and a copy of a driver’s license or utility bill. 

    Anyone can purchase a brick Freedom Paver to be a part of the monument.

    Commemorate a special veteran, family member, organization or business.

    Orders are placed annually in August for placement at the monument by Veterans Day each November. 

    Instructions for purchasing a brick are available at VeteransSquare.org/buybrick.html.

    Please mail the information and a check to the above address. Donations to the foundation are appreciated.

    Thank you for helping honor those who serve and make Freedom possible for us all!

    PHOTO CAP: Bronze eagle overlooking and protecting our Veterans listed on the Veterans Square Wall of Honor.

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