When Built: 1975
Ralph Warman, a welder by trade, was also president of the Chamber of Commerce. He felt the public wanted a monument to identify Maidstone.
Mr. Warman built the monument on a volunteer basis and the Chamber of Commerce paid for the materials.
The Town has plans to
restore it but not for several years as there is a proposed plan for
the Highway to be twinned in the next few years which would have
the structure moved to a different site. Here is how it looked in 1999:
Information Source: Bernice Swanson of the Town of Maidstone
Picture Source: DMY and Carol Soles