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WAUKESHA COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The Bell Tower Memorial plans to honor, educate and remember local veterans through a new initiative.
Jean Miller, the memorial's secretary and treasurer, Air Force veteran Bill Rheingans and Bank Five Nine marketing manager Becky Miller shared plans to construct a memorial in Pewaukee's Kiwanis Village Park when they joined us on Friday, May 19.
They discussed the importance of the project and its significance in preserving veterans' stories. The Bell Tower Memorial's annual Veterans Oral History Project plays a significant role in this mission, partnering local high school students with veterans to record their service experiences for historical record and submission to the Library of Congress.
More information can be found by visiting the Bell Tower Memorial online.