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Memorial Day crosses for fallen soldiers removed after single complaint
By Jessica Chasmar
A Memorial Day display featuring dozens of white crosses to honor fallen
soldiers was removed from public property in Georgia after someone
The 79 handmade crosses in Hiram were meant to represent the 79 Paulding County residents who died in America’s wars, officials told Fox News.
Hours after the crosses were posted along Highway 92, an unnamed resident called the office of City Manager Barry Atkinson and asked whether a Christian display was appropriate.
“They asked were all those fallen soldiers Christian, and the answer to that was not, they obviously weren’t,” Mr. Atkinson said, a local ABC News affiliate reported. “It opened our eyes that we missed something here, and we immediately took corrective action.”
He said the caller offered to make a donation if the city decided to build a new memorial.
“If Hiram was willing to do a permanent veterans memorial, they offered to make a cash contribution, so I wouldn’t say they were really mad,” Mr. Atkinson said.
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