HONORING THOSE WHO
SERVED OUR COUNTRY & PROTECTED OUR FREEDOMS

The City of Dublin honors our military with special events, the Grounds of Remembrance at Dublin Veterans Park, monuments and more. The sacrifices and services given by the brave men and women who are currently serving and have served our country are greatly appreciated.

VETERANS DAY CEREMONY

Each year, the City of Dublin, in partnership with the Wesley G. Davids Dublin Post 800 of the American Legion hosts the annual Veterans Day Ceremony on November 11 at 11 a.m. The day’s events honor all men and women who served our country and their dedication to our freedom.

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MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY

Each year, the City of Dublin, in partnership with the Wesley G. Davids Dublin Post 800 of the American Legion hosts the annual Memorial Day Ceremony on Memorial Day. The day’s events will honor veterans who lost their lives in service to our country.

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WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA

On Saturday, December 19, 2020 at 10 a.m., Dublin’s Grand Leprechauns would like to invite you to join them as we honor the men and women who served our country and are laid to rest in the Dublin Cemetery.

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GROUNDS OF REMEMBRANCE

Located in Dublin Veterans Park, honoring all who have made sacrifices to defend our freedom; from the first 16 Dublin volunteers who joined the 46th Regiment of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry in October 1861 to the men and women who are serving today and their families who give up so much to support them.

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KIA MEMORIAL

An eternal flame will forever burn brightly in Dublin as a reminder of and dedication to the men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice serving our country. The flame is part of a memorial that was dedicated at the Dublin Cemetery on May 27, 2013, honoring veterans killed in action while serving active duty to our country.

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WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL

“Lest We Forget”. Erected 1942, the Honor Roll was a prominent sign board on which Washington Township officials posted the names of community members as they left for military service in World War II.

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