March 18, 2021 – Never Forget Garden planned at first VA Facility in the US

1 year ago

All, Spring is upon us and many individuals and organizations have jumped forward in their planning of Never Forget Gardens all across the US and in other countries, supporting the national commemoration of the Centennial of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Attached is the press release for the NFG that is under development, with a planned dedication date on July 17th at the Veterans Affairs Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center.

The garden drawing was used by permission of the artist Janis Arlandson-Coder.

View the press release HERE

If you are planning a dedication for your community's Never Forget Garden, please reach out to our Never Forget Garden team so we can add you to the calendar and share your hard work and ideas.

Never Forget Garden Team:
Richard Azzaro, Project Director (SHGTUS), razzaro@verizon.net
Marilyn Wellen, Project Director (American Rose Society), roseusa@suddenlink.net

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