Sheila Baker poses with the bronze sculpture "Poppies" at the entrance  to Hilton Head Island's Veterans Memorial Park. Baker's late husband,  Bill, had long hoped to raise money to place the statue at the park  before his death in January, and his friends and family completed that  project this spring.
Sheila Baker poses with the bronze sculpture "Poppies" at the entrance to Hilton Head Island's Veterans Memorial Park. Baker's late husband, Bill, had long hoped to raise money to place the statue at the park before his death in January, and his friends and family completed that project this spring. Staff photo
Sheila Baker poses with the bronze sculpture "Poppies" at the entrance to Hilton Head Island's Veterans Memorial Park. Baker's late husband, Bill, had long hoped to raise money to place the statue at the park before his death in January, and his friends and family completed that project this spring. Staff photo

Memorial Day 'Poppies' dedication a tribute to veterans' sacrifice

May 25, 2015 05:36 PM

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