801 Markers installed in time for Veteran’s day 2022!

Today a group of community minded volunteers installed 801 Memorial Markers in Crabapple and Deerfield areas of Milton, in advance of Veteran’s Day 2022. We could not do this without our team of community minded volunteers that assisted in this effort. Special thanks to Bill Lusk and Justin DeCouto and other volunteers for building the …

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Milton High School Senior Service Day

Thank you to the Milton High School Seniors who cleaned the Milton Veterans Memorial Markers as part of the Class of 2022 Senior Service Day. November 17, 2021. Click on the photo to view more photos.

605 and Growing…

Lots has happened over the past six months. The nominations for Memorial Markers have surpassed 605 and they keep coming. We received the new trailer before Veterans Day from the Olde Blind Dog. We had to change our storage area for the trailers and fortunately found a covered storage site that we are leasing on …

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Getting ready for Veteran’s Day

Veterans Day is fast approaching. Bill Lusk has been augmented by Justin, a young man with carpentry skills and a Volunteer Mentality. They are finishing the newest nominations from Milton residents, and the call for volunteers to place the markers have gone out via email. We will meet at 10 AM on 5 November by …

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MVMM awarded grant from North Point Mall Wells Fargo

We had a GREAT AND NICE surprise in August. The Milton Veterans Memorial Markers, Inc. was nominated for a $1,000.00 Community Connection grant by the North Point Mall Wells Fargo office. On September 14th we received the award and the check has been deposited into our account.THANK YOU WELLS FARGO!!!!

Our Beginning

When the City of Milton was formed in 2006, one of the citizens, Mr. Bill Lusk, decided to initiate a tradition to promote Patriotism, to instill a pride in the City, and to honor and recognize deceased Veterans from Milton. He personally purchased materials and constructed Memorial Markers; completing fifty the first year. Twice each …

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