“Honor to the Soldier, and Sailor everywhere,
who bravely bears his country’s cause.”
Abraham Lincoln – December 2, 1863
HONORING VETERANS PAST, PRESENT . . .
AND PAYING FORWARD TO THE FUTURE
When the legendary “shot heard ‘round the world” echoed from the greens of Concord and Lexington to Lancaster County in 1775, nearly 8,000 local patriots ultimately responded to the call to arms.
Things haven’t changed much over the past nearly 240 years.
Men and women of Lancaster County have always responded to America’s call whenever liberty was threatened domestically or around the globe.
The Veterans Honor Park of Lancaster County is a 2.4-acre tribute to every generation of warriors in every branch of the United States military – Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard and Merchant Marines.
Being built in Warwick Township as a joint venture with Lititz Public Library and local government, it recognizes the selfless dedication of every Lancaster County man and woman who ever wore the uniform, and swore to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.
Most importantly, it reminds everyone – especially young people – of the sacrifices others have made for their freedom.
YOUR TAX DEDUCTIBLE CONTRIBUTION IS VITAL
- Staff Sgt., U.S. Army – 23rd Infantry Division, Vietnam
- U.S. House of Representatives 1983-1985
- 43rd Governor of Pennsylvania 1995-2001
- U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security 2003-2005
- Keynote Speaker, Dedication Ceremony, Veterans Honor Park of Lancaster County
Please support the Veterans Honor Park of Lancaster County with your generous tax-deductible* contribution.
Corporate, foundation, partnership and personal contributions welcomed.
Major credit cards accepted.
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“Veterans Honor Park Lanc Cnty/Warwick Twp”
Veterans Honor Park of Lancaster County
315 Clay Road
Lititz, PA 17543