DAR dedicates monument | Mobile County Alabama News

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) — An unique commitment to those who have actually provided the supreme sacrifice for our nation was revealed Saturday.

The National Society Children of the American Transformation devoted a monolith in remembrance of the Burial place of the Unidentified Soldier 100th anniversary.

The monolith, revealed Saturday at the Richards DAR Home in downtown Mobile, is open for the general public to go to and honor their liked ones who have actually served America.

The Poarch Creek Indians, Sylacauga Marble, and Springhill Monuments and carver Cregor Browne were big donors for this task along with Jubilee Landscape.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.