Veterans' Tribute Committee

Three Men Moving a Monument to Its New Home

Veterans' Day Ceremony

The Boxborough Veterans Tribute Committee cordially invites you to attend the 2021 Veterans Day Ceremony on Thursday, November 11th at 11:00am.  The ceremony will take place at entrance of the Sargent Memorial Library, 427 Massachusetts Avenue where the tribute is located.  Parking is available in the library lot and also at the Blanchard Memorial School, where a bridge is available to walk from the school directly to the site. 

Thanks to the generosity of Boxborough residents and local businesses, we will also be dedicating the recently completed monument which stands on the site as a tribute to Boxborough’s Veterans and their families. We look forward to seeing you so that we can honor those who have served our country in the armed forces.  

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Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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  • Kevin Mahoney, Co-Chair
    Term expires: Dec. 2021
  • Ron Vogel, Co-Chair
    Term expires: Dec. 2021
  • Karen Noriega-Baron, Clerk
    Term expires: Dec. 2021
  • Rick Barrett
    Term expires: 2023
  • Garret Green
    Term expires: Dec. 2021
  • Paul Scheidemantel
    Term expires: Dec. 2021


Ten members to be appointed by the Board of Selectmen to be comprised of:

  • 1 member of the Cemetery Commission
  • 1 member of the Historical Commission
  • 1 member of the Public Celebrations and Ceremonies Committee
  • 7 members of the Boxborough community, with representation from Boxborough veterans and other citizens

Participation by other (non-voting) members of the Boxborough veterans and at-large community will be welcome and encouraged.


To recommend to the town projects and practices that serve as appropriate tributes to the service of Boxborough Veterans and their families. These actions should: convey a sense of the total dedication to the United States of America and its citizens by the men and women who served during war-time and in peace; honor selfless service; and provide the opportunity for the public to reflect on their rights and freedoms enjoyed as citizens of the United States of America.

The Veterans Tribute Committee (VTC) may establish sub-committees to assist with projects including but not limited to construction and fundraising.

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