Luverne native Warren Herreid II served on the Minnesota Military Family Tribute volunteer committee and attended the ribbon-cutting Saturday, June 13, where he snapped pictures of the story stones along with the inscription on the Sioux quartzite stone representing Rock County.

Quentin Aanenson's letter used for tribute stone

At the Minnesota Military Family Tribute (MFT), dedicated Saturday, June 13, there are 87 story stones, one to represent each county in the state.

On each of the stones is an inscription from correspondence between deployed soldiers and their families at home.

 


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