WESTON — Weston American Legion Post 4, which has been in existence for over 100 years, continues to work to educate the public about Lewis County’s military history and to honor the sacrifice of the fallen through the Lewis County War Memorial.
The memorial is already replete with numerous historical and military-related items, and members of American Legion Post 4 have continued to add to the collection, which includes a new plaque that honors all of the post commanders for Weston Post 4, as well as more than a dozen replicas of military planes used in World War II.
According to Weston Post 4 Historian Dannie Gum, the replicas were donated to the local memorial by Lumberport resident Mike Murphy. Murphy constructed each of the plane replicas by hand,…
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