Effort underway to restore the World War I Monument

Published by The Bee News

March 21, 2019

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Originally dedicated in 1928, the World War I monument at the Mohave County Courthouse in Kingman, AZ has been vandalized, is missing its iconic Model 1895 machine gun and has deteriorated with time.
An effort is underway to restore the monument with contributions from throughout the community.
Attached is detailed information on the project.
Your help is respectfully requested. Please distribute the attached information to your membership through emails, tweet, instagram, facebook or other social media. Also, please post a copy at your meeting place and consider a donation from your organization.
Your assistance would be greatly appreciated to restore this monument to the dignity it deserves in honoring the memory of those who faithfully served our country 100 years ago.
Semper Fidelis,
Bob Wallace
Director, Arizona Military Order of Devi Dog Charities
cell: 702 280-5770
844 Maverick Mountain Trail
Prescott, Arizona 86303
home: 928 237-9358

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