Natrona County Library to Dedicate Flagpole and Bench Honoring Armed Forces

Jun 14, 2018

The Natrona County Library will dedicate a memorial bench and flagpole in honor of those who have served and are serving in the United States Armed Forces in a ceremony on Monday, June 18 at 12 noon at the Edgerton Branch Library located at 935 Cottonwood in Edgerton, Wyoming.
To create a space to recognize and honor our brave men and women in uniform and the sacrifices they make defending our freedoms at home and abroad, Edgerton Mayor H.H. “Buck” King spearheaded a fundraising effort for this new area that has a beautifully constructed bench and flagpole.

“There has been a tremendous outpouring of support for this memorial, as well as great care and effort into every detail,” said Natrona County Library Executive Director Lisa Scroggins. “This area has now become a beautiful and peaceful place to stop and give pause for remembrance.” The seal of each military branch is inscribed on the bench.

The ceremony will include remarks by Edgerton Mayor H.H. “Buck” King and Natrona County Library Executive Director Lisa Scroggins. Light snacks and beverages will be provided.

The memorial bench and flagpole were made possible by H. H. “Buck” King, the Town of Edgerton, Wyoming Community Gas, Rocky Mountain Power, and the Natrona County Library.

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