Woodbury Lions Veterans Memorial

Staff Sergeant(R) Marcus Kuboy, a Woodbury resident, will give the Memorial Day address.  Marcus Kuboy served in the insurgency phase of the Iraq War as a medic in A Company, 2-136 Mechanized Infantry of the Minnesota National Guard.  He will present his experiences while deployed in Iraq and how being severely injured by a road side bomb has affected his life.

Marcus struggled with many surgeries and endured 14 months at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the Minneapolis VA Medical Center.  During his long recovery, he faced the choice to either “get bitter" or "get better."  With great determination, Marcus has made an amazing recovery and will relate how the choices he made have impacted his life.

The public is invited to the 2016 Woodbury Memorial Day observance to be held at the Woodbury Veterans Memorial on Monday, May 30 at 11:00 am.  Color guards of the Woodbury High School Air Force Junior ROTC, the American Heritage Girls and the Woodbury Boy Scout Troop 559 will lead the Woodbury American Legion / VFW Rifle Squad to the Veterans Memorial. 

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MEMORIAL DAY


Monday, May 30th at 11:00am

The Veterans Memorial is located just east of the Woodbury City Hall, 8301 Valley Creek Road.  Parking is available at the Woodbury City Hall and additional parking is available at the Woodbury Public Safety Building, 2100 Radio Drive and the Woodbury License Center, 2150 Radio Drive.  The nearby Public Safety Building and the License Center are just south of Valley Creek Road, on the west side of Radio Drive and it is just a very short walk to the Veterans Memorial from these locations.

          In case of inclement weather, the Memorial Day observance will be relocated to the nearby Woodbury Fire Apparatus Building, which is part of the Woodbury Public Safety Building.

The Memorial is located just east of the Woodbury City Hall

8301 Valley Creek Road

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