The Estevan Legion is looking to make updates, one of which comes from an update to the Estevan War Memorial.
The Cenotaph lists the names of men from the Estevan area who were killed in conflicts, including WWI, WWII, and the Korean War.
The new update would add twenty-seven names from the First World War, 10 from the Second World War, and one from the War in Afghanistan.
Legion President Frosty Forrest explains they found those names thanks to research from the local military museum.
"In conjunction with the Southeast Military Museum and Craig Bird, Craig did the research and found there were a number of names that were missing on the plaque on our cenotaph and we feel it's important to recognize those veterans. It's sad that they got missed the first time, but we feel it's important to honour them."
The new plaque will look similar to the old one once installed.
As well, the Legion is looking to recognize one recent conflict that Canadian forces were involved.
"The front of our Legion has shields marking the Korean, Second World War, First World War, etcetera. We feel that we should have one for the Afghanistan conflict. We're raising money for that," said Forrest, "It'll be an expensive bronze plaque that'll cost about $12,000 or so."
The plaque is expected to go up sometime in the fall.