The Armed Forces Museum & Archives of the Carolinas (AFMAC) presented its first granite Legacy Paver to a distinguished military hero and Enola Gay navigator, Theodore “Dutch” Van Kirk at a recent WWII Living History fundraiser for the museum in Matthews, North Carolina.
Bill Griffin, a retired U. S. Air Force Chaplain and AFMAC board member, is pleased to present the “Honoring our Heroes and Building History” Legacy Paver Program to provide an opportunity to honor a family member, a member of the armed forces, a veteran or loved one with a purchase of a granite paver. Chaplain Griffin said, “A gift of a memorial granite paver is perfect for birthday remembrances, Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, anniversaries, and other special occasions.” Approximately 3,300 square feet around the military museum will be dedicated to the “Honor Walk.” The minimum 8” x 16” sized granite paver cost is $200. A business, organization or club can have its emblem etched into a 24” x 24” paver, bench or wall slab. Corporate sponsorships are invited. For additional information about the Armed Forces Museum and the Legacy Paver Program, please contact Bill Griffin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 704-837-3091. For your convenience, you may view the AFMAC paver form under Attachment (1). To order a paver, you may select Download below to print a copy of the form.
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