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One hundred years ago, the Teague WWI Memorial Arch was endowed by a local war veteran. It was his dying wish that the memory of those who served and gave their lives in war would always be remembered.
One hundred years ago, the Teague WWI Memorial Arch was endowed by a local war veteran. This year, the Mt. Blue Area Garden club spearheaded a restoration project to complete much needed improvements.Keep reading
Stories Covering Our Efforts
FARMINGTON – Mount Blue Garden Club received a letter of thanks from the local American Legion Post for the initiative and service our volunteers demonstrated in our work restoring the Teague WWI Monument. Special recognition must be made here for … Continue reading American Legion Expresses Thanks to MBAGC for Monument Work
FARMINGTON — American Legion Post 28 Post Cmdr. Matt Smith and First Vice Steve Bunker recently cleaned the World War I Teague Memorial Arch in Farmington, according to a news release from the Mt. Blue Area Garden Club. Both men … Continue reading Farmington Men Clean Memorial Arch
FARMINGTON – A collaborative stakeholders group has been formed to develop plans for the Teague World War One Memorial on Route 27. The Franklin County Commissioners approved an initial $20,000 in American Rescue Act Plan funds towards the restoration project … Continue reading Project underway to improve World War monument
FARMINGTON — Members Libby Kaut, Marion Hutchinson, and Beth Myers, were invited to speak before the American Legion Post 28 to acquaint the veterans of the Mt. Blue Area Garden Club (MBAGC) project to restore the site of the Teague Memorial … Continue reading Collaboration with American Legion on WWI Memorial Restoration
FARMINGTON — During the March 15 meeting, the county commissioners reviewed several more proposals and requests for funding for the American Rescue Plan Act dollars that were allocated for Franklin County. The Mt. Blue Area Garden Club again presented their … Continue reading Garden Club to receive ARPA funds for WWI memorial restoration
FARMINGTON — The American Legion hall in Farmington was buzzing with creative crafters, yummy treats and genuinely kind people Saturday. The colorful Chester Greenwood Parade was fun for all with candies sprinkled along the sidewalks. Small town living is alive … Continue reading Mt. Blue Area Garden Club members share the history of the Teague WWI Arch
FARMINGTON — Heading north on Route 27, on the outskirts of downtown Farmington, a memorial arch rises out of a small green lot between the main road and Box Shop Hill Road. The arch is dedicated to the Franklin County … Continue reading Garden club seeks funding to restore World War One memorial