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Honor Stones

Honor stones are one of the many ways to honor someone at our facility. There are applications and other information for each of the honor stone types on the pages below. Please remember that all donations to The Highground are tax deductible under 501(c)3 rules and regulations. Please click on one of the items below to find out more information.

Click below to view an alphabetical list of all stones already placed at The Highground Veterans Park. The list shows name and location of the stone. Earlier stone recordings were done using only the first line — we are in the process of updating that to include names that are on the other lines too. The list is long — thanks for all the support!

NOTE:  There is currently an open ceremony for Persian Gulf and Military Working Dog Honor Stones on July 18, 2020; Korean Honor Stones on September 19, 2020; and openings for Legacy Honor stones on August 1, 2020 and October 3, 2020. Stone ceremonies for May, June and July are closed.

Korean Honor Stones

Korean Tribute Stones stand apart with black polished black granite stone that are placed vertically.

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Legacy Honor Stones

Legacy Stones are solid granite stones inscribed with the names of persons who we wish to recognize and honor with a profound and lasting tribute.

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Persian Gulf Stones

Persian Gulf Tribute stones are located on the Persian Gulf Tribute and are sand colored stones for individuals involved in supporting US troops.

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Military Working Dog Stones

Military Working Dog Stones or One Liners on the Tribute are available. Click for more information

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UIS Stones

UIS Stones are for Wisconsin Service Organizations and are located near ``Fragments``

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Meditation Honor Stones

meditation Stones are solid red granite stones inscribed, and placed in the floor of the Meditation Garden Picnic Shelter to honor with a profound and lasting tribute.

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Stone Ceremony Dates

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