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NOVEMBER 2018 FEATURE ARTICLE

Letters Home Memorial Honors All Military Vets

     At the Temecula Duck Pond is the location of the “Letters Home” Veterans Memorial. This monument was dedicated November 11, 2004 to honor all of our military service veterans regardless of whether they were wounded, or paid the ultimate sacrifice for freedom. Many men and women have served their country honorably during times of peace and war conflicts, and this Memorial designed by artist Christopher Pardell was designed to recognize average Americans and honor them for their service.

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JANUARY 2018 - "The Invaders"
FEFRUARY 2018 - After Years, Finally a New Temecula Bank
MARCH 2018 - Juan Murrieta Introduced Avocados to So. California
APRIL 2018 - Ralph Love Pen & Ink Drawings on Display at History Center
MAY 2018 - Temecula as a Cattle Town
JUNE 2018 - Last Items from Tom Hudson Print Shop Retreived and in new Caring Hands
JULY 2018 - Temecula Area Men Volunteer to Serve as “Doughboys” in WW I
AUGUST 2018 - Temecula's Bible Land and the Sand Man
SEPTEMBER 2018 - World War I Ship Named Lake Elsinore
OCTOBER 2018 - Ronald Reagan Passed This Way
NOVEMBER 2018 - Letters Home Memorial Honors All Military Vets