CHASE COUNTY VETERANS MEMORIAL
The Chase County Veterans Memorial Committee's mission is to build and maintain a memorial in Chase County Nebraska to honor the courage, compassion, sacrifice, and love that embodies every Military Soldier, Sailor, Airman, Marine, and their families.
The Chase County Veterans Memorial Committee is based in Imperial, Nebraska and is the focal point of advocacy, planning, organizing, and fundraising to fulfill the promise our community has made to memorialize the legacy of our brave military heroes.
Learn more about the positive impact and the importance of what we have started.
The Chase County Veterans Memorial Committee is chaired by members of VFW Post 4688, VFW Auxiliary, local business owners, and community leaders. Currently, the committee is working with the City Council of Imperial, Nebraska and the Chase County Commissioners to solidify the plans and layout of the memorial at the county's courthouse. Through community empowerment, we can facilitate progress and accomplish our mission. We invite you to learn more and lend your support.
PLAN AND DESIGN
At the heart of our memorial will be a bronze sculpture of a Soldier kneeling with both hands folded in prayer in front of a battlefield cross. The words “LET US PRAY” will be inscribed on the base of the statue.
Click Here to see the plan.