Les's commentary on this Memorial.
nephew is the Scout Master for this
project. The four boys are doing
this for their Eagle Badges."
Release: September 4, 2019
Boy Scout Troop 94 in harmony with
the Town of Kendall will be
dedicating the Kendall War Memorial,
a 4-phase Eagle Project honoring the
armed forces of the United States of
America, on Sunday, September 29,
2019, 2:00pm at the Kendall
Community Park, Kendall Road.
(Across from the Kendall Elementary
Memorial project is a joint effort
by four Boy Scouts, Ryan Barrett,
Jayden Pieniazek, Noah Rath and
Brian Shaw, each working to become
an Eagle Scout.
36-foot-long brick wall features
granite plaques highlighting the
American Revolution, the Civil War,
World War I, World War II, the
Korean War, Vietnam War, the Persian
Gulf War and the War on Terror.
Alternating the granite plaques are
concrete medallions representing the
five branches of the military.
flag poles stand tall behind the
brick wall. The center American flag
pole is 35 feet, with 2 – 30 foot
flag poles representing the State of
New York and Orleans County standing
on either side. The memorial is
respectfully lit from dusk to dawn.
granite engraved bricks border the
memorial sidewalk in honor of
veterans who are currently serving,
who have served, who have paid the
ultimate sacrifice, or in
appreciation of all veterans.
centerpiece of the memorial is a
black granite stone that previously
stood in front of the Kendall Town
Hall and was dedicated to Kendall
residents who have served.