Friday, May 25, 2012

[460] MTSU Veterans Memorial Site Offers 'a quiet place of reflection'

For release:  May 25, 2012

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MTSU Veterans Memorial site offers ‘a quiet place of reflection’

Will Stallings, left, 11, a Central Magnet School student and Sebastian Matlock, 11, a St. Rose of Lima School student, water flowers May 25 at the MTSU Veterans Memorial site in preparation for Memorial Day this Monday, May 28. The site, located outside the Tom H. Jackson Building on the west side of campus near Middle Tennessee Boulevard between Bell Street and Falkinberry Drive, offers “a quiet place of reflection,” said Lt. Col. T.K. Kast, MTSU professor of military science. This weekend, the public is welcome to visit the site that honors University alumni who fell while in service to their country.


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