Pergola goes up for Veteran’s monument
Photo by Bill Reynolds/The Signal
By Signal Staff
Wednesday, October 25th, 2017
A pergola is installed over the Fallen Warriors Monument in Newhall on Tuesday. Bill Reynolds/The Signal

 

Workers installed a pergola over the Fallen Warriors Monument Tuesday in advance of the unveiling ceremony Wednesday, Nov. 8.

A worker from the construction firm of C.A. Rasmussen is installing a beam for the pergola over the Fallen Warriors Monument in Newhall on Tuesday. Bill Reynolds/The Signal

 

The monument honors the lives of all known Santa Clarita Valley Veterans who have lost their lives in conflict since WWII.

Workers fasten a carved piece of the pergola for the Fallen Warriors Monument in Newhall on Tuesday. The project is reported to be ahead of schedule and under budget for the unveiling ceremony of the monument Nov. 8 at Veterans Historical Plaza in Newhall. Bill Reynolds/The Signal

 

The ceremony includes a reading of the names of all SCV veterans killed in war. The granite monument itself was funded through donations by SCV residents.

Free to the public, the event is taking place at the Veterans Historical Plaza in Newhall beginning at 10 a.m.Veteran’s Historical Plaza is located at 24275 Walnut Street between 6th and Market streets.

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Pergola goes up for Veteran’s monument

A pergola is installed over the Fallen Warriors Monument in Newhall on Tuesday. Bill Reynolds/The Signal

 

Workers installed a pergola over the Fallen Warriors Monument Tuesday in advance of the unveiling ceremony Wednesday, Nov. 8.

A worker from the construction firm of C.A. Rasmussen is installing a beam for the pergola over the Fallen Warriors Monument in Newhall on Tuesday. Bill Reynolds/The Signal

 

The monument honors the lives of all known Santa Clarita Valley Veterans who have lost their lives in conflict since WWII.

Workers fasten a carved piece of the pergola for the Fallen Warriors Monument in Newhall on Tuesday. The project is reported to be ahead of schedule and under budget for the unveiling ceremony of the monument Nov. 8 at Veterans Historical Plaza in Newhall. Bill Reynolds/The Signal

 

The ceremony includes a reading of the names of all SCV veterans killed in war. The granite monument itself was funded through donations by SCV residents.

Free to the public, the event is taking place at the Veterans Historical Plaza in Newhall beginning at 10 a.m.Veteran’s Historical Plaza is located at 24275 Walnut Street between 6th and Market streets.