Capital Region Veterans Memorial
"The Legacy Project"
to Honor the Fallen

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Service, Honor, Sacrifice

The Capital Region Veterans Memorial will be an educational resource center for our youth to learn about and comprehend the historical reasons and results of the 7 campaigns. It will be a much-needed place to re-foster patriotism for our country and respect for our freedoms, our flag, and the people who fought for and defended these rights.

A tribute to Capital Region Veterans and their families.

Our Vision

The "Legacy Project" will be a "Landmark" destination for our region and will include a Welcome Center and Veteran's Cafe. The Cafe will be an integral part of the facility and is intended to be a place where Veterans, their families, and the public can relax, make friends and obtain information. The goal of the Cafe is to create an environment where Veterans can share ideas, share their pain and joy and see that they are not alone.

Our Mission

Our mission is to create a respite in which all Veterans, their families, and ordinary citizens could experience a place of welcome, camaraderie, remembrance and even vindication. A place of solitude, comfort, and peace that allows Veterans and their families to perhaps "heal" the invisible wounds of war.

Location

There is a six acre plot of land at the intersection of Dutch Meadows Lane and Rt 50 in Scotia. The park-like setting will include the Veteran's Cafe', Memorials, a pond, and a pavilion.

Support The Organization

Attend or take part in one of our upcoming community events and be an important part of making this happen.

Rick Plummer as Ernie Pyle in a One-Man Drama.  Join us at Proctors at 2 PM on Saturday, May 28, 2022, for a special performance to benefit local veterans and the Capital Region Veterans Memorial.

Calling all artists!
Join us Saturday and Sunday, August 27-28, 2022 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm for the "Walk In The Park" Art Festival in Maalwyck Park, Glenville, NY.