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New Pentagon Memorial Unveiled at Aberdeen Proving Ground

Posted by Amanda Pittsley on Jan 3, 2020 8:16:48 AM

Photo credit: U.S. Army

In a continued sign that those who lost their lives on 9/11 will never be forgotten, a memorial to those who were killed during the attack on the Pentagon was recently unveiled at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland.

The memorial is in front of the new headquarters and reads, “PENTAGON … SEPTEMBER 11, 2001 … 09:37 … 184 HEROES.” The monument features a limestone slab from the original Pentagon building that survived the attack. WOODBURY GRAY® granite was used for the two outside, upright markers and the central block that the beam is resting on.

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Topics: Woodbury Gray, civic projects, Civic Memorial

Small Towns Honor Veterans in a Big Way With Granite Monuments

Posted by Amanda Pittsley on Dec 20, 2019 1:08:56 PM
 
All across the country, small towns are honoring their veterans with memorials crafted from a natural stone as American as apple pie.

Within the last five years, residents in two small towns in Massachusetts have spearheaded the funding and construction of memorials that honor veterans and both feature WOODBURY GRAY™ granite, quarried in nearby Vermont.

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Topics: Woodbury Gray, civic projects

The Rich History of Woodbury Gray Granite

Posted by Amanda Pittsley on Oct 14, 2019 7:00:00 AM

Quarried in the town of Woodbury, Vermont, Woodbury Gray granite, one of several granite types offered at Swenson Granite Works, has brought timeless style to buildings across the country for over a century.

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Topics: History and Heritage, Granite, Woodbury Gray

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