Field of Valor set-up at Custenborder Field


Amanda Burton, left, of Sidney, prepares to place a U.S. flag on the post Afghanistan War veteran Scott Wilson, of Sidney, is pounding into the ground at Custenborder Field Sunday, Aug. 30. The two volunteers were helping put up the Field of Valor that will continue to be on display while the Vietnam Memorial replica is next to it. The wall will be arriving Sept. 2 from Wapakoneta where it will leave at 6:30 p.m.. On the flags are placards recognizing U.S. veterans and other hometown heroes. Besides U.S. veterans Shelby County Historical Society members and members of Boy Scout Troop 97 also helped set-up the flags. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Amanda Burton, left, of Sidney, prepares to place a U.S. flag on the post Afghanistan War veteran Scott Wilson, of Sidney, is pounding into the ground at Custenborder Field Sunday, Aug. 30. The two volunteers were helping put up the Field of Valor that will continue to be on display while the Vietnam Memorial replica is next to it. The wall will be arriving Sept. 2 from Wapakoneta where it will leave at 6:30 p.m.. On the flags are placards recognizing U.S. veterans and other hometown heroes. Besides U.S. veterans Shelby County Historical Society members and members of Boy Scout Troop 97 also helped set-up the flags. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Amanda Burton, left, of Sidney, prepares to place a U.S. flag on the post Afghanistan War veteran Scott Wilson, of Sidney, is pounding into the ground at Custenborder Field Sunday, Aug. 30. The two volunteers were helping put up the Field of Valor that will continue to be on display while the Vietnam Memorial replica is next to it. The wall will be arriving Sept. 2 from Wapakoneta where it will leave at 6:30 p.m.. On the flags are placards recognizing U.S. veterans and other hometown heroes. Besides U.S. veterans Shelby County Historical Society members and members of Boy Scout Troop 97 also helped set-up the flags. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Amanda Burton, left, of Sidney, prepares to place a U.S. flag on the post Afghanistan War veteran Scott Wilson, of Sidney, is pounding into the ground at Custenborder Field Sunday, Aug. 30. The two volunteers were helping put up the Field of Valor that will continue to be on display while the Vietnam Memorial replica is next to it. The wall will be arriving Sept. 2 from Wapakoneta where it will leave at 6:30 p.m.. On the flags are placards recognizing U.S. veterans and other hometown heroes. Besides U.S. veterans Shelby County Historical Society members and members of Boy Scout Troop 97 also helped set-up the flags. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/08/web1_SDN083015FieldFlags.jpgAmanda Burton, left, of Sidney, prepares to place a U.S. flag on the post Afghanistan War veteran Scott Wilson, of Sidney, is pounding into the ground at Custenborder Field Sunday, Aug. 30. The two volunteers were helping put up the Field of Valor that will continue to be on display while the Vietnam Memorial replica is next to it. The wall will be arriving Sept. 2 from Wapakoneta where it will leave at 6:30 p.m.. On the flags are placards recognizing U.S. veterans and other hometown heroes. Besides U.S. veterans Shelby County Historical Society members and members of Boy Scout Troop 97 also helped set-up the flags. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News