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FREEDOM PARK BREAKS GROUND ON INTERPRETIVE CENTER

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GROUND HAS BEEN BROKEN FOR A NEW 5000 SQUARE FOOT INTERPRETIVE CENTER AT SIOUXLAND FREEDOM PARK IN SOUTH SIOUX CITY.

CITY OFFICIALS FROM BOTH SIDES OF THE RIVER, AS WELL AS MILITARY VETERANS AND CONTRIBUTORS HAD A HAND IN TURNING THE CEREMONIAL SHOVELS OF DIRT.

FREEDOM PARK PRESIDENT MIKE NEWHOUSE SAYS THE CENTER WILL

HONOR AMERICAN VETERANS OF ALL MILITARY CONFLICTS AND HOST TRAVELING AND PERMANENT EXHIBITS:


OC……THE PRESENT DAY. :18

SOUTH SIOUX CITY MAYOR ROD KOCH SAYS THE INTERPRETIVE CENTER WILL HELP EXPLAIN THE SACRIFICE THE COUNTRY’S MILITARY VETERANS HAVE MADE TO GENERATIONS TO COME:


OC……….THAT MADE SACRIFICES. ;16

THE CEREMONY CAPPED A FULL WEEKEND OF EVENTS AT THE PARK, INCLUDING A REMEMBRANCE RUN ON FRIDAY AND 236 MOTORCYCLISTS THAT TOOK PART IN A SPECIAL RIDE ON SATURDAY.

NEWHOUSE HOPES TO HAVE THE CENTER COMPLETED BY THE END OF NOVEMBER.