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Battle Ground Veterans Memorial
The Battle Ground Veterans Memorial was dedicated on November 11, 2015.  The names of 31 honored veterans, local service men who died in service to our country, are engraved on the wall of the memorial. 

The Memorial was fully funded and constructed by donations, evidence of the community's steadfast commitment to honoring those who serve in the U.S. Armed Forces and those who died protecting our freedom.

The Battle Ground Veterans Memorial is located in Kiwanis Park at 422 SW 2nd Ave in Battle Ground. The Memorial is open to the public 7 days a week from dawn to dusk.           

Battle Ground Veterans Memorial
           

 
Purchase a Brick to Honor a Veteran
Honor and recognize a veteran who has served our country and protected our freedom by purchasing a brick in the Battle Ground Veterans Memorial. Funds raised through these brick sales help to pay for the maintenance and operation of the Veterans Memorial.

Personalized Brick  Commemorative bricks honor any U.S. veteran, living or deceased, and will be installed at the base of the memorial.

Bricks are engraved and installed on an annual basis.  Bricks ordered by March 1st of each year will be installed in time for the same year's Memorial Day.  Each brick displays the veteran's name, branch of service, and dates of service, and is an excellent way to honor the service of a loved one or a friend.

The cost of a brick is $250. To place your order, use the brick order form and mail it to the Parks Foundation as noted on the form, or order directly online through the Parks Foundation. 



Dedication Ceremony - November 11, 2015

After 6 years of fundraising and 9 months of construction, the Battle Ground Veterans Memorial was dedicated on Veterans Day 2015. Over 400 community members attended the ceremony, designed to honor and recognize veterans and active military who have served, fought and died for the freedom we enjoy today. 
          
The Memorial was fully funded and constructed by donations, evidence of the community's steadfast commitment to this project. Over a quarter of a million dollars in products and services were donated by 34 local contractors and vendors to make this project a reality.

Thanks to all those who contributed to the project:
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Building the Memorial - 2015
Pictures of the Progress
Breaking Ground