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Friends of Murphysboro selling engraved bricks for Remembrance Walk

MURPHYSBORO, IL (KFVS) -

The Friends of Murphysboro are continuing to sell engraved bricks for the Remembrance Walk at Riverside Park in Murphysboro, Illinois.

The walkway was installed in November of 2011 and is a wonderful tribute to all Veteran's that have served the United States of America.

If you would like to honor a Veteran, please contact Sarah Junk at SarahNat05@yahoo.com to receive an order form. Engraved, three line bricks with 18 characters per line are $125, installed.

FOM must sell at least 25 bricks prior to installation of bricks so get your order in by April 15, 2014 so the bricks can all be installed this year.

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