Between July 28-29, 1918, Greene County, Pennsylvania, lost 18 young men, killed or mortally wounded on a battlefield in France during WWI. Throughout the course of the war at least 60 local soldiers made the ultimate sacrifice.
World War I Memorial - Greene County, Pennsylvania
The memorial is located adjacent to the Greene County Historical Society and Greene County Tennis Courts, at the intersection of Rolling Meadows Road and Garards Fort Road, in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania.
Flowering pear trees planted along the access sidewalk remember each of the 58 fallen soldiers. At each tree is a solar powered garden lantern displaying a Memory Medallion that shares the picture and life profile information of each soldier.
Location: 918 Rolling Meadows Road, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania 15370