Plaque program honors Bay Village residents

Each Memorial Day, The Bay Village Foundation hosts a public ceremony honoring those who have been remembered by friends and family with the installation of a bronze plaque. The personalized text is engraved on a bronze plaque and installed on the T. Richard Martin Footbridge overlooking the lake in Cahoon Memorial Park.

The plaques are installed at the request of family, neighbors and friends at the contribution level of $2,500 or more. The Memorial Day Program is a beautiful outdoor service featuring the String Ensemble of Bay High School and soloist tenor Troy Ayers II. Mr. Ayers will sing Andrea Bocelli’s piece “Time To Say Goodbye.” Television personality Jon Loufman will once again serve as emcee for the event.

A bronze plaque can be ordered up to and including March 31. All contributions to the Bay Village Foundation are distributed following grant requests and funds are offered for private, non-profit, non-sectarian projects. Your support makes a significant difference to the many volunteers that serve Bay Village tirelessly.   

For more information about the Bay Village Foundation and the bronze plaque program, call 440-899-3490, email or visit

The public is cordially invited to attend the Memorial Day program that takes place following the Bay Village Parade and Veterans Memorial Service on Monday, May 25.

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Volume 7, Issue 6, Posted 9:47 AM, 03.17.2015