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The official:   Hero Street Memorial Monument Web site
                     
So, what does an American Hero look like?

Hero Street, USA ~ Silvis, IL.
"City of Heroes"


HSMC Memorial Services this year on May 28th at 10am
Watch this year for our NEW Hero Street Postcards.
Also; Guest singer Jack Carey will be joining us!


 

We will be working in conjunction with
Walnut Ridge Studio in Silvis
for the 2016 Art Contest "MY HEROES".


We are also seeking along with Creative Point/Walnut Ridge Studio your Silvis Heroes for the Memorial Services on
May 28th of 2016 when we announce art contest winners and our Silvis Hero of the year awards.
Nominate your hero by sending some brief info via a secure email.!


E-mail us your Hero Nomination here:
info@herostreetusa.org

 


Our 2016 calendar with collectable Art prints is completed, please use our calendar
order form (PDF file) or call for yours today (309) 755-8002: Calendar Order Form

This is a fundraising project, we appreciate your support to continue this memorial work!


Several businesses selling the collectable calendars...

Tony's Tortillas (Hero Street USA)


Creative Point/Walnut Ridge Studio (1105 1st Ave, Silvis, IL)

Porkies (Silvis, Il.)

Religious Supply Center, Inc.
1309 Jersey Ridge Road
Davenport, IA 52803

Revolution in the Village
2302 East 11th Street
Davenport, IA 52803
Phone: (563) 323-5855


Check our latest article in the QC Times: CLICK


Watch Hero Street Committee Member Sonny Soliz on
Paula Sands Live it aired on December 29th at 3:30pm.

Hero Street
Commemorative Coin Act

Congresswoman Cheri Bustos met with Hero Street representatives May 22nd, 2015 in Silvis, to discuss a bill she submitted to congress for a commemorative coin honoring Hero Street and the veterans. It was a round table discussion and a very relaxed forum.

Stories were told and history was shared, we thank Congresswoman Bustos for her time and generousity towards Hero Street and our fallen soldiers. Click links below for details about he coin and Congresswoman Bustos...

http://bustos.house.gov/press-and-media/press-releases/bustos-introduces-hero-street-usa-commemorative-coin-act-to-honor


http://bustos.house.gov/



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