by Dave Westen and Cheryl Culver
In 2019, engraved bricks for past Fire Chiefs and founding EMS members were installed in Section 8 of the Heritage Walkway next to the Circle of Honor on the LGHS Museum grounds.
Due to Covid, the 1st Responders Walkway Dedication Ceremony was postponed to August, 29th, 2021. The entire length of the Heritage Walkway was completed in 2021 with blank bricks making the walkway safer for our visitors.
View additional photos from the 1st Responders Walkway Dedication Ceremony here.
During the summer of 2022, LGHS hopes to install a granite pedestal and medallion marking the 1st Responders memorial location in the walkway. LGHS wants this memorial walkway to be a historic place to thank all 1st Responders past and present.
On July 8, 2017, the Circle of Honor and Heritage Walkway was dedicated.
The Liberty Grove Historical Society’s Circle of Honor, 1st Responders and Heritage Walkway continues to draw people each year to our Historical Society museum grounds. This will remain an ongoing project, so this means you haven’t missed out on being a part of this wonderful addition on site at the LGHS museum grounds.
An engraved brick with your family name(s) or Liberty Grove experience can be added and still be part of Liberty Grove history. Please consider donating an engraved brick to honor a family or individual for their service.
If you would like to purchase an engraved brick, please print the following Engraved Brick Order Form and send with a check or credit card information in the mail.
Please contact Chairperson Linda Wilkinson directly at 920-421-2640 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
LGHS thanks John and Pattie Holton for providing the flags that fly over our Circle of Honor and Heritage Walkway and founding EMS member Lee Telfer for faithfully tending the flag.