Memorial Board

The City is expanding the Memorial Day Reverse Parade to  incorporate Memorial Boards to remember and recognize local military members from the community. The Boards will be displayed in the windows of local businesses and at the City’s Reverse Parade for the community to read the stories about those who served. In order to take time to remember the sacrifices made by our military members, the Boards will become part of the regular display items in future Memorial and Veterans Day parades.
The Reverse Parade will take place Monday, May 31 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Main Street between 155th Street and 153rd Street. A list of display locations will be provided prior to the Memorial Day. Additional event details here.
The Memorial Boards illustrate the rich history of our country’s service men and women. The Board is an opportunity for loved ones to share the pride and patriotism of the service member. 
View samples of Memorial Boards:
1st LT Frederick Rutledge.pdf
LTjg George Kenneth Blaser.pdf
Major Rudolf Anderson Jr.pdf
The Young Sentinel.pdf

The Memorial Board content that is provided by the Submitter will be assembled by City Staff and displayed on a foam board the size of 20”x30” or 30”x40”.

Questions, please email

Memorial Board Form 2021
The Military Member's Information:

Submitter Information:

To submit a photo of the military member, email the photo to Please include your first and last name, and phone number.
Thank you.

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