On Sunday, October 2, 2005 at 1:00 Pm the City of Alexandria dedicated our Tribute Park. The tribute park is located at the corner of US27 and West Main Street.
Our park is a tribute to all who serve our country in the armed forces, and at home in the Police, Fire and EMS units. It is meant to honor all their efforts and sacrifices made to keep us safe and secure.
Walkway Commemorative bricks are used to pave the walkway around the Living Memorial. What a great way to remember a loved one who has passed on, or someone serving in the military, or even as a memorial for a wedding anniverary, etc.
If you are interested in purchasing a brick, please complete the attached form and return it to: City of Alexandria Attn: Monument 8236 West Main Street Alexandria, Kentucky 41001
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