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Veterans Memorial Park in Beatrice, Nebraska

Welcome to Beatice Nebraska sign

plaque: VEterans Memorial Park Dedicated by Rotary Club of Beatrice

MEMORIAL PLAZA

A large plaza was created to pay tribute to the men and women of the Armed Services, and it is located in southeast Nebraska in the city of Beatrice. The main feature of the park is a star with its five points symbolizing the five branches of military: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard. Each point of the star flies the Flag representing its branch of service. The center of the Star Plaza provides the stage for the United States Flag. All Flags are accentuated with night lighting. A series of smaller stars is available for additional memorials and sculptures. In part, the beauty of the site is the large majestic trees. The tree arboretum provides an additional opportunity to educate the public on both historical and botanical facts.

The five pointed star memorial and flags
The five pointed star memorial
The Walls of Honor honor all men and women who have served our country. Over 1,500 veteran inscriptions have been placed on the Walls of Honor and inscriptions continue to come in on an on-going basis.
Wall of Honor section entitled Let Freedom Ring
Wall of Honor section entitled Heroes of Freedom
Wall of Honor section entitled Proud To Be An American
Wall of Honor section entitled All Gave Some, Some Gave All
Wall of Honor section entitled United We Stand
Wall of Honor section entitled Freedom is Not Free
Wall of Honor section entitled I Pledge Allegiance to the Flag
Wall of Honor section entitled We Answered The Call
The WWII sculpture was installed during the summer of 2009. This sculpture was dedicated to all soldiers who gave their lives and dedication for our country with a special tribute to our own Nebraska National Guard Company C.
The WWII sculpture
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Entering Nebraska through Omaha

Veterans Memorial Park (this page)

The Homestead Heritage Center Family in Nebraska
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