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Engraved bricks and pavers displays as a fundraising tactic has had a re-emergence throughout the world. They are usually found at historical sites, schools, libraries, and even businesses. Sometimes they are dedicated to a fallen hero or to the friends of a library. They typically act as a sidewalk surrounding a memorial. Our goal is to photograph and document those brick dedications.

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Donated Engraved Bricks and PaversVFW Post 5651 Memorial Garden Walk Bricks - New Melle, MO

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Memorial Garden with a brick walk, has citizen memorial, a Blue Star Memorial, benches and a 105mm Howitzer Memorial Dusplay

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member YoSam.

location: Missouri

date approved: 5/12/2017

last visited: never

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Donated Engraved Bricks and PaversBrian Bevan Memorial Wall - Warrington, UK

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These donated bricks form a memorial wall for the Warrington Wolves Rugy Football Club's most successful player.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member dtrebilc

location: Northwest England, United Kingdom

date approved: 5/2/2017

last visited: never

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Donated Engraved Bricks and PaversRock Springs Rotary Flagpole Engraved Bricks - Rock Springs WY

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Several years back, in 2001, the Rock Springs Rotary Club raised the first gigantic 30' x 60' flag on the 120' high pole. Flags that size are expensive to purchase and maintain, so bricks were sold to help defray the expenses involved.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Where's George

location: Wyoming

date approved: 4/29/2017

last visited: never

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