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  • An Invitation To Reflect – New Online Survey!

    Posted on:  June 23rd, 2017, by  

    For the first time in the Eyes of Freedom history, we have developed a brief online survey which gives us another avenue of communication with you. We hope you take the time to let us know what you are thinking about. We also now offer an on-site survey for those that want to reflect directly after their experience with the Eyes...  

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  • From The Artist – Update on Silent Battle!

    Posted on:  June 23rd, 2017, by  

    SILENT BATTLE NOW IN FOUNDRY “Silent Battle is ready to pour,” the word came from the foundry. Chris Hansen from Channel 9 news in Denver met me there, as he is filming the whole story. The work has just begun at the foundry. Sculpting is only the first step to bring Silent Battle to the Eyes of Freedom. Once the...  

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  • CMCA Truck Rodeo on June 3rd in Denver, Colorado

    Posted on:  June 23rd, 2017, by  

    The Eyes of Freedom revisited Denver, CO in support of our official transportation provider, R+L Carriers, for the first time in our history.  R+L is heavily involved with the Colorado Motor Carriers Association, which hosts their annual “CMCA Truck Rodeo” giving drivers from all over the state the opportunity to showcase their skills and have a little fun at the...  

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  • PepsiCo on May 23rd – 26th Purchase in White Plains and Bronx, NY

    Posted on:  June 23rd, 2017, by  

    A departure from our last few Memorial Day exhibitions, The Eyes of Freedom made its debut in the state of New York during the week of this Memorial Day with PepsiCo at their Corporate and World Headquarters!  PepsiCo’s military support network, “Valor”, was proud to host this powerful tribute at their offices in Purchase, NY and White Plains, NY where...  

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  • Field of Memories on May 26th – 29th in Cincinnati, Ohio

    Posted on:  June 23rd, 2017, by  

    While the full-sized version of our exhibit was on display in New York (read below), the outdoor version was on display at one of the most patriotic events we have attended. The Field of Memories, an array of 800 flags dedicated to veterans and first responders, active, retired or fallen, set the event at Arlington Memorial Gardens Cemetery. A powerful...  

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  • Brown County H.E.R.O. event on May 10th – 14th in Georgetown, Ohio

    Posted on:  June 23rd, 2017, by  

    From May 10th- 14th, the Eyes of Freedom displayed alongside with several other military tributes that made up a powerful event. Thanks to the friends and organizers we met a couple of years ago, this was our second time being involved with the Brown County H.E.R.O event. A massive motorcycle escort into town with one of the traveling Vietnam tributes, The...  

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  • From The Artist!

    Posted on:  May 20th, 2017, by  

    FROM THE ARTIST:     SILENT BATTLE GOES TO THE FOUNDRY Nervously, I slid the clay sculpture on its plywood base into the back of my son’s truck. Stopping half way, I checked to make sure the head wasn’t falling off. Phew! Glad I checked, it was about to. Just a few miles more…finally, we lifted it onto the mold...  

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  • Video Of The Month!

    Posted on:  May 20th, 2017, by  

    During our incredible 2017 tour of California, we decided to have some fun and create this video for your enjoyment. The idea for the video started as we were visiting some of the famous sights that California is known for. We look forward to highlighting more videos in the upcoming months that we are sure you will enjoy!

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  • Ventura College on April 10th-13th in Ventura, California

    Posted on:  May 20th, 2017, by  

    Our final stop on our California tour took us to beautiful Ventura College, in viewing distance of the Pacific Ocean. This was the second event put together in record time with the help of Bruce McFadden and the staff at the college. Another escort welcomed us from Oxnard where many students were on hand to not only help us install...  

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    The Eyes of Freedom
    2561 Jade Court, Grove City, Ohio 43123
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Want to Help?

Donations help fund The Eyes of Freedom Project.

  • Personal & Business checks are accepted for donations of any amount and may be mailed to: 
    The Eyes of Freedom
    2561 Jade Court, Grove City, Ohio 43123
  • You may also click on the Donate button below.
  • You may also pay by Credit Card or with your Paypal Account. 
  • All donations are tax deductible.