The capital of Washington State will host a Memorial Hall in 2017, but the event will be a much smaller affair than the Hall of Heroes.
The memorial hall will feature a smaller size than the Heroes of the Washington Monument, but it will be held at the former Hocknessin Memorial Hall, which was home to a number of members of the community.
The Memorial Hall will be the first memorial hall in the nation to feature the full name of the original Hockenessin Memorial, as well as the name of each individual member of the group who died.
A memorial plaque will also be placed in the center of the hall, as it was in the Hockessen Memorial Hall.
It will honor those who served in the army and navy, and those who were veterans of World War II and Korea.
The Hall of Remembrance will be located at 605 E. 10th St., near the intersection of Capitol Hill and Interstate 5, at the north end of the Memorial Park.
The Hall of Honor is located at the south end of Memorial Park, near the Hocking Memorial.
The ceremony will be on May 23, 2017.
The name of a military veteran who died in the United States during World War I will be inscribed on the plaque.
There will also also be a plaque honoring those who have served honorably in the military.
The event will feature speeches from the Washington State Veterans’ Affairs Commission, representatives of local organizations and individuals, the Honorable George R. Shultz, former President Bill Clinton and former President George W. Bush.
The public is invited to attend, and the Hall will begin at 8 a.m.
The Washington State Memorial Park will be open from 8 a