(Le Mars) — The Board of Directors for the Plymouth County Veterans Park held a ceremony Tuesday during the lunch hour, in which they honored Richard Schultz and Yvonne Law, and their families, for their contributions to the establishment of the Plymouth County Veterans’ Park. Board chairman Wayne Schipper explains the Law and Schultz families helped create the popular park.
The Veteran’s Park was first established in 2005, and since that time it has become a popular attraction for tourists visiting Le Mars. Schipper says, after visiting the Veterans’ Park, many tourists feel inspired.
The park acknowledges all branches of the nation’s military, as well as, show all the names of those from Plymouth County that died during combat of the various wars and conflicts.
Schipper says another popular feature at the park is the poem “Come Visit My Grave” by Jim Rolfes.
Schipper says the plaque will be situated inside the gazebo located at the park.
The park chairman says efforts are underway to create a new display featuring the names of donors to the park.