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City seeking photos of Everett Veterans for ‘Wall of Heroes’

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Everett Veterans who served in any branch of the military or family and friends of a veteran are asked to submit photos


The City of Everett Veterans Services Department is seeking photos of Everett veterans who served in any branch of the United States military to be placed on the “Wall of Heroes” at the Connolly Center. Residents are asked to submit any photos they might have of Everett residents while serving in any branch of the U.S. military. The Veterans Service Department would like to place these photos on the new “Wall of Heroes” to honor all those who served.

“We are truly thankful for all those who served our military and want to continue to show our appreciation of their service by showcasing their photos on our Wall of Heroes,” said Mayor Carlo DeMaria. “We encourage all veterans or friends and family of a veteran to submit any photos they may have.”

“The purpose of creating the Wall of Heroes is to connect the past with the present and hopefully the future veterans of the City of Everett,” said Director of Veterans Services Antoine Coleman. “To celebrate the men and women who signed up to defend this country from all enemies foreign and domestic, and to bring awareness to residents of all the heroes among us.”

For more information and to submit photos, please email Coleman at Antoine.Coleman@ci.everett.ma.us or call 617-394-2270 to be connected to the Veterans Services Department.

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