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Stonehenge observes a century of honor to the fallen


April 11, 2018

Lou Marzeles

A CENTURY OF HONORING: The Stonehenge World War I Memorial marks its centennial year by holding consecutive services for each of the 14 Klickitat County servicemen honored there.

To commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the end of World War I (WWI), the Maryhill Museum will hold memorial services in 2018 for each of the 14 men from Klickitat County who served and died in the war and whose names are on the plaques at the Stonehenge Memorial. This year a ceremony will be held on each of the days on which those service members died. The replica of Stonehenge was built by Sam Hill as a WWI memorial-the first such memorial in the country-and was dedicated in 1918 to the servicemen of Klickitat County who died in what is known as the "The Great War."

At 10 a.m. on April 13, a memorial service will be held in honor of Dewey V. Bromley at the Stonehenge memorial site....

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