Memorial Park is a park located at 6005 Underwood Avenue near the Dundee neighborhood of Omaha, Nebraska. The park was created as a memorial for all of the men and women from Douglas County who have served in the armed forces.
The Fremont Avenue of Flags currently displays around 350 flags on certain holidays throughout the year, including Veterans Day, and have represented veterans from wars throughout America’s history.
Chris Madsen and local veterans are raising funds for the construction of a Veterans Memorial Park to honor veterans, past, present, and future.
All Gave Some. Some Gave All.
A visit to this site in Lincoln’s historic Antelope Park will take you on a walking tour of over twenty one military monuments. A place of solemn beauty, the garden allows peaceful reflection and serves as a permanent reminder of the sacrifices veterans have made to preserve our freedom.
Hemingford is a prosperous community with more to offer than just beautiful sunsets, quiet neighborhoods, and a nearly non-existent crime rate. This rural community also offers state-of-the-art technology many larger cities only wish for, a beautiful reservoir, and a school system that continuously produces the highest caliber students.
The campus of the new Central Nebraska Veterans Home will welcome visitors to a memorial honoring the sacrifices and dedication of our veterans in all conflicts since 1855.
A beautiful and lasting memorial park dedicated to the military men and women of the United States who have served our great country. Veterans Memorial Park was dedicated on May 31, 2005. The mission of this project adopted by the Beatrice Rotary Club was and still is to build and maintain a permanent memorial park to honor all military men and women of the United States who served or are currently serving our country.
The Higgins Memorial Project was conceived, designed, and completed through the efforts of Jerry Meyer and his students at Columbus High School of Columbus, Nebraska.
It’s a moment in history — captured in bronze.
The sculpture depicts a soldier kneeling near a helmet-topped rifle that marks a grave. With a solemn expression, the soldier reaches not for the weapon, but toward the dog tag attached to it.
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