White Hall Veterans Memorial
Residents of White Hall are known for their deep Love of Country and their fervant Community Spirit. Those passions are exemplified by the White Hall Veterans Memorial, which lies on the museum
grounds. Built in 2001, the memorial honors the memory of White Hall’s men and women who served in all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces. More than 450 names are currently inscribed there, with granite benches provided for visitors to contemplate the memories of loved ones who are memorialized.
Every year, the White Hall Veterans Memorial is the centerpiece of community events that recall the service and sacrifice of White Hall’s military veterans.
Last Monday in May
Featuring a keynote speaker, this ceremony pays tribute to White Hall’s MIA and KIA veterans by proclaiming each name and tolling a bell in their memory. Gold Star Families of our community are also honored.
A guest speaker highlights this convocation which pays tribute to White Hall’s veterans, both fallen and in active service.
Refreshments are served after both assemblies.