Members of the Daryl Kramer household gathered on the Homesteaders restaurant in Minot for the disclosing of the town’s first Wall of Honor digital billboard on Tuesday.
The household donated the digital billboard that options the late Daryl Kramer, who served within the U.S. Military from 1943 to 1953.
Indoor digital billboards honor native heroes – women and men who’ve served or proceed to serve this nation and their communities.
A statewide nonprofit, The Wall of Honor has thus far positioned round 40 digital billboards within the state, stated Dennis Beck, who’s with the group. Beck was in Minot for the location of the billboard on the Homesteaders restaurant. He stated they plan to achieve 100 digital signage areas by the top of this yr. In the event that they attain that quantity, they plan to position 100 per yr for 3 years.
The digital show board positioned within the Homesteaders restaurant accommodates almost 350 slides of lively responsibility army and veterans, in addition to first responders. Every slide is displayed for about seven seconds because the slides are offered on the show panel.
A Wall of Honor digital billboard may also be put in on the Minot Moose inside the subsequent two weeks, Beck stated.
For extra data, go to the Wall of Honor web site at www.thewallofhonor.org.