HERO STREET U.S.A.

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Hero Street
Commemorative Coin Act

Congresswoman Cheri Bustos met with Hero Street representatives May 22nd, 2015 in Silvis, to discuss a bill she submitted to congress for a commemorative coin honoring Hero Street and the veterans. It was a round table discussion and a very relaxed forum.

Stories were told and history was shared, we thank Congresswoman Bustos for her time and generousity towards Hero Street and our fallen soldiers. Click links below for details about he coin and Congresswoman Bustos..
http://bustos.house.gov/press-and-media/press-releases/bustos-introduces-hero-street-usa-commemorative-coin-act-to-honor

"Ghosts of Hero Street"
     by Carlos Harrison

Hero Street Monument

 

The history of Silvis must include our Heros. The young men and women from 2nd Street, now Hero Street, have served their Country with honor and pride without question of heritage. Hero Street U.S.A. is only a block and a half long yet, in all wars and conflicts from World War II to present  these brothers and sisters have served their Country with pride and honor.

Hero Street Memorial Park

Johnny MunosJoe Gomez
Johnny Munos                             Joe Gomez


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Claro Solis Tony Pompa

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Flag
plaque
HERO STREET EIGHT

Hero Street Kiosk