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Sharps Ridge Veterans Memorial Park Project

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Sharps Ridge Memorial Park was dedicated to Knox County’s Veterans in 1953. In 2015, The Veterans Heritage Site Foundation officially adopted the park and began a clean up project. Later that year we gained approval to transform it to an… Continue Reading →

Veterans Heritage Ridge Run 5K Trail Run/1K Fun Walk

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VHSF has launched the registration site for our 2nd annual running of the Veterans Heritage Annual Ridge Run.  Become a “Ridge Runner” on May 19th!  Form a team, challenge friends or just run on your own and earn some serious… Continue Reading →

Calling all Volunteers!

Our Spring Workday at Sharps Ridge Veterans Memorial Park are quickly approaching and we need your help! May 5 – 10:00-3:00 – General Landscaping, Litter Pick-Up and Brush Cutting – Cinco De Mayo Lunch Included!!! Email VeteransHeritageSite@gmail.com for details and… Continue Reading →

Waupaca Foundry Donates Benches to Sharps Ridge Veterans Memorial Park

Waupaca Foundry in Etowah, TN has become a corporate partner with VHSF and recently donated 18 custom made park benches for Sharps Ridge Veterans Memorial Park. The beautiful benches were custom made here in East Tennessee by Waupaca Foundry, and… Continue Reading →

VHSF Receives $25K Home Depot Team Depot Grant!

VHSF Grants Coordinator, Sharon Shastid, announced this week that VHSF had been awarded the $25K Veterans Program Team Depot Grant through the Home Depot Foundation. This grant comes in the form of $25K worth of Home Depot Gift Cards that… Continue Reading →

VHSF Receives Hardee’s Stars for Heroes Grant

Sharp’s Ridge Veterans Memorial Park is about to receive some upgrades, thanks to a $15,000 check from Big Benders LLC, a franchise of Hardee’s. The check was presented to the Veterans Heritage Site Foundation on Wednesday at the park’s overlook…. Continue Reading →

VHSF Adopts Sharps Ridge

VHSF has officially adopted Sharp’s Ridge Memorial Park from the City of Knoxville. The park was dedicated to Veterans in 1953 with published plans for a veterans memorial, kiosks and a large observation tower.  Those plans were never accomplished and… Continue Reading →

Veteran’s Heritage Site Foundation Formed

On March 31, 2016 a small group of Veterans and supporting community members formed a Board of Directors and approved  the by-laws and the charter filings for a 501c3 charitable non-profit organization. The Veterans Heritage Site Foundation subsequently filed it’s… Continue Reading →

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