PLYMOUTH VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK COMMITTEE

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The Plymouth Community Veterans Memorial Park


This is the site map for the Plymouth Community Memorial Park. The park is located on the Northwest corner of Main and Church Streets in the City of Plymouth. The City of Plymouth has provided this veterans' park site for a lasting tribute.

Through the years, many men and women from the greater Plymouth community have served in our nation's military forces. Those who served from this community, beginning with the Civil War and up to the present, and those who shall serve in the future, deserve a permanent memorial to honor and commemorate their service. The Plymouth Community Veterans' Memorial Park Committee was formed to establish a suitable memorial to them.
This large circular plaza, on which the monument is located, is constructed of gray pavers representing veterans. Red granite pavers represent military service members of the Plymouth Community who were killed in action.

Adjoining the plaza are displayed the symbols of the five military branches of service, the Merchant Marine, and the flags of our nation, our state, and prisoners of war/missing in action (POW/MIA). The walks leading to the plaza are constructed of pavers engraved with names provided by contributors to the memorial.

A Civil War monument, first erected in Plymouth in 1917, was relocated from Plymouth's Riverside Cemetery, to the Southwest corner of the new park. The Plymouth Community sent sigificant numbers of participants to the war.

YOUR HELP IS NEEDED NOW TO HELP SUSTAIN AND MAINTAIN THIS MEMORIAL!

Your contribution will honor those who have given their service, or even their lives, to this country.
Join us to demonstrate that today's community remembers with pride those who served.
The Plymouth Community cares!

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