Fort Hall honors vets

Military veterans from the Shoshone-Bannock tribe lower the flag to half-mast in Fort Hall in honor of all veterans and those killed or missing in action
By: 
Catie Clark
Reporter

The Fort Hall Veterans Memorial Park Committee held a ceremony for "honoring our warriors" on Saturday. Military veterans from the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, an honor guard from American Legion Post 23 and members of the public came together to honor the memory of veterans at the Veterans Memorial Park in Fort Hall.
The current bronze plaque memorial at the park contains a list of the veterans who served during WWII. The committee is raising funds to build an additional memorial.
The new memorial will commemorate the veterans of Fort Hall who have served in other wars. The proposed design incorporates Shoshone art and will be wheelchair friendly. Donations and requests for more information can be sent to Ruby LeClair, c/o Randy'L Teton at rteton@sbtribes.com.
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