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August 10, 2017 • Vol. 94, No. 7
Badger “For God & Country”
Official Publications of The Wisconsin American Legion Family
The mission of The American Legion, Department of Wisconsin is to provide service to veterans, their families and their communities.
Members of Post No. 527 attend Door County Military Honor Circle Dedication
Some 300 relatives and well- and “Heritage Walkway” dedication wishers from ten states attended the in the Town of Liberty Grove, Door July 8th “Military Honor Circle” County WI. Located on Liberty
Post No. 527 presented our National Colors at the Liberty Grove Historical Society’s Military Honor Circle dedication ceremony on July 8th. Photo credit: David Weston
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Grove Historical Society grounds overlooking Ellison Bay, the Honor Circle is the ﬁrst monument in Door County venerating individual veterans of every era, as well as active-duty personnel. The superstructure of the Military Honor Circle and Heritage Walkway leading to it were completed in November, 2016. As of mid-July, 180 brick pavers had already been donated, inscribed and installed, and more than 100 more will be installed in September. The memorial is in keeping with the Liberty Grove Historical Society’s ﬁrst priority, which is preservation of the legacy of the people of Door County and their relatives, as well as its historical artifacts.
Riders Lead 4th of July Parade
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The American Legion Riders from Districts 1 and 4/5 were once again honored to lead the Annual New Berlin 4th of July parade. It proved to be a beautiful day with over 30 American Legion Riders participating. The event was attended by one of the biggest and most enthusiastic crowds in years.
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