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New Veterans Memorial in Downtown Lisle

 

The Dedication Ceremony for the new Lisle Veterans Memorial was held on Friday, November 11 2016 at 11 a.m. at 4721 Center Avenue, Downtown Lisle (southeast corner of School Street and Center Avenue).  

The Dedication Ceremony marked the successful efforts of Lisle residents Karen/Dan Burris and Kim/Larry Carlson who conducted a kick-off meeting on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 to generate support for a grassroots effort to establish a Veterans Memorial in Downtown Lisle.  
  
On-going fund-raising efforts since that time have been successful and included many individual contributions as well as a Home Depot grant. A building permit was issued in early September 2016 and the memorial was constructed at the southeast corner of School Street and Center Avenue at Museums at Lisle Station Park Campus.

The donation made by the council was very nicely acknowledged by the photo shown below on this e-mail and a separate paver brick as well. All of the photos and a video that were taken that day are loaded onto the council website photo gallery for 2016. Please take a moment to go there and view them.

Advocate
Jason Cadell





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