Thank you to Al Oberst for remembering sacrifices of WWI
Thank you so much for the article "Veteran honors the fallen" in your December issue. I was very curious about the handmade WW I Memorial sign when it appeared on North Park, and I have been curious for years about the bronze plaques at the base of trees around Horseshoe Lake. Now I have the answer for both! What a wonderful way to honor the dead of WWI.
I bet many people don't know the meaning of plaques, which is a sad. Thank you to Al Oberst for working to restore them and to plant more trees and to Maxwell Embrescia for writing the article.
Deanna Bremer Fisher is executive director of FutureHeights and publisher of the Heights Observer.