American Legion Marengo Memorial readied for remembrance


By Gena Wiley - The Sentinel



Courtesy photo The Marengo monument stands as a reminder of those who have served in the United States armed forces.


Gena Wiley | The Sentinel In commission of a community service credit and to honor service men and women of our community, Caleb Roush, Dustin Horn, Dakota Nicholson, Trea Penwick, Michael Cox, Vincent Wiley, Melissa Bonner and David Lee worked alongside Victor Wiley of First Impressions Landscape to clean up the aging memorial.


Gena Wiley | The Sentinel


The American Legion Marengo Memorial, donated by Post 710, at Highland Community Park underwent a renovation recently.

In May, some Highland NJROTC members partnered with National Lime & Stone and Mulch First Landscape Supply to bring new life to a monument in dedication to those who gave heroic service and ultimate sacrifice.

In commission of a community service credit and to honor service men and women of our community, Caleb Roush, Dustin Horn, Dakota Nicholson, Trea Penwick, Michael Cox, Vincent Wiley, Melissa Bonner and David Lee worked alongside Victor Wiley of First Impressions Landscape to clean up the aging memorial.

Vegetation was removed, roots were dug up, debris was hauled away and memorial paving bricks were reset, all in an effort to demonstrate the gratitude of local community to those who fought for freedom.

Courtesy photo The Marengo monument stands as a reminder of those who have served in the United States armed forces.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/05/web1_Memorial-Aerial-1-.jpgCourtesy photo The Marengo monument stands as a reminder of those who have served in the United States armed forces.

Gena Wiley | The Sentinel In commission of a community service credit and to honor service men and women of our community, Caleb Roush, Dustin Horn, Dakota Nicholson, Trea Penwick, Michael Cox, Vincent Wiley, Melissa Bonner and David Lee worked alongside Victor Wiley of First Impressions Landscape to clean up the aging memorial.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/05/web1_Memorial-volunteers-1-.jpgGena Wiley | The Sentinel In commission of a community service credit and to honor service men and women of our community, Caleb Roush, Dustin Horn, Dakota Nicholson, Trea Penwick, Michael Cox, Vincent Wiley, Melissa Bonner and David Lee worked alongside Victor Wiley of First Impressions Landscape to clean up the aging memorial.

Gena Wiley | The Sentinel
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/05/web1_Memorial-1-.jpgGena Wiley | The Sentinel

By Gena Wiley

The Sentinel

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