Reno County Veteran's Memorial
The Reno County Veterans Memorial is dedicated to remembering all those who have bravely served and represented Reno County in all branches of the US military. Reno County veterans, living or deceased from all conflicts and eras are recognized for their contributions to protecting American freedom at home and abroad. Located in South Hutchinson, the Reno County Memorial represents the commitment of all citizens of Reno County to honor those who chose to enter into military service.
Inspired by the National Vietnam Memorial and other local veteran's memorials, the Reno County Veterans Memorial is focused on names of those who served from Reno County or called Reno County home. The seven granite panels will hold the names of 10,000-15,000 Reno County veterans beginning with those who served in the Civil War through today. The memorial site will also feature two static displays of retired military vehicles as well as flags representing all branches of the US military.
Partnerships and Sponsors
The Reno County Veterans Memorial is community based project to build an enduring monument to the contributions of those who have served in the military. Led by a partnership with the American Legion, VFW and the City of South Hutchinson, a proposed site was developed near the intersection of K-96 and US-50. A driving force behind the project is the desire for location to hold ceremonies, celebrations and remembrances of all those who proudly served. Contributions and encouragement from many local businesses led to the creation of a design and site plan for the memorial.
Thank you to all our current supporters: Garber Surveying Services,Mann and Company Architecture, Engineering and Design of Hutchinson, Engineering Consultants, PA, Professional Engineering Consultants, PA, The Hutchinson News, LogicMaze, Market South Hutchinson , South Hutchinson Chamber of Commerce