Bellevue Memorial Gardens Gives Back to Veterans

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This November, Bellevue Memorial Gardens is providing a special service for veterans.

To honor veterans and their sacrifices, Bellevue Memorial Gardens is offering a special service. This November, all veterans can receive a free plot as a benefit for serving and protecting this country.

Every May and November, Bellevue Memorial Gardens gives back to veterans to commemorate Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day. On Memorial Day, there is a service onsite at 10:30 a.m. in honor of those that have sacrificed for this country.

Bellevue Memorial Gardens honors veterans with a special plaque on their Veterans Memorial Wall. They believe that there is no greater sacrifice than giving one’s life in service of one’s country, so they wish to honor local fallen heroes by providing veterans with a special grave free of charge.

Those that are currently serving in the military locally may pre-plan and reserve their cemetery plots and take advantage of the free grave service. Veterans who wish to reserve a space should contact Bellevue Memorial Gardens every two years to let them know they are still serving in the area.

Bellevue Memorial Gardens provides burial services in Augusta, GA. They are located at 4501 Wrightsboro Rd., Grovetown, GA 30813. For more information about Bellevue Memorial Gardens and their special service to veterans, call 706-863-2570 or visit their website at

About the Bellevue Memorial Gardens:
Bellevue Memorial Gardens has been family owned and operated in Augusta, GA since 1967. Their team is dedicated to making families their priority. The family has been in the industry for decades, giving them the knowledge of how to best serve families. They know how important it is to have closure and peace at the end of life. Their gardens offer funeral arrangements, burial and cremation services, and even pet memorials. Seeing loved ones leave is never easy. They understand the importance of remembering those one loves, and provide a serene and peaceful place for resting in their memory. For more information, visit their website at

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