Help the Veterans of Medina County teach our children about the sacrifices made by veterans and reach out to our veterans in need. We serve Medina County in many ways. Please help us expand and modernize our Veterans Memorial Hall.
The Medina County Veterans Memorial Hall was built in 1956 and remains substantially in its original condition. Help us expand the hall and modernize it to meet the growing needs of over 500 veterans who belong to the four current organizations using the Hall:
Other veteran-support organizations wish to use the Hall for their activities to support Americanism within the larger Medina County Community. Your support is vital to help us obtain the $ One Million Dollars needed to expand and modernize the Medina County Veterans Memorial Hall for the betterment of Medina County!
The present back-end of the Veterans Hall built in 1956 with sand and gravel parking lot.
The future includes expanded building, new kitchen facilities paved parking lot and modern meeting space
Our commitment as veteran's to serve our community never waivers. Modernization of our Veterans Hall will allow us to offer grade-school education programs - using historical displays - about the contribution of veterans to gain the freedom school children enjoy today; we will honor our older veterans in nursing homes and the homebound, with monthly lunches at the Hall. On any given day in Medina County the air is interrupted by the crack of rifle fire as we honor veterans being laid to rest in county cemeteries; we provide Veterans Day ceremonies, coordinate Memorial Day parades and much more. Help us to continue to serve Medina County!
Your views, comments and questions are important to us. If you have suggestions to help us in our modernization campaign, please let us know:
Medina County Veterans Memorial Hall
620 North Broadway
P.O. Box 1343
Medina, OH 44258-1343
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To meet the needs of today's veterans leaving active duty and to care for our older veterans who have done so much for the Medina County community, modernization requires: