Last weekend was the Memorial Day holiday. In honor of all the Westport service members who gave their lives, the Photo Challenge showed a plaque honoring PFC Michael Cherub. He was killed during World War II, when he was 26 years old.
I gave a hint: It’s not one of the memorials at Veterans Green, opposite Town Hall.
Sadly, only one person — Bob Grant knew where PFC Cherub’s plaque is.
Equally sad is the fact that — although it’s at VFW Post 399 — it’s mostly hidden behind the building, on the banks of the Saugatuck River.
Two other memorials are nearby. Perhaps it’s time to move them to a spot where more Westporters can see them. (Click here for the photo.)
This week’s image is not your garden variety Photo Challenge.
No — it’s a garden!
If you know where in Westport you’d find this, click “Comments” below.