On May 7, 2015, the park hosted an event that will surely become a staple of the site for years to come. Elizabeth McNair was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the Ohio National Guard during a well-attended ceremony.
Various pictures of visitors from the Travelers Club that visited the Charles Young house in March of 2014. Of note, Dan Seckinger of Florida was among the visitors. He was there to make the park his 401st national park site visited. Mr. Seckinger reported that his collection of national park stamps took almost 30 years to amass. Also, Ranger Murray commissions the first Junior Ranger of the site on the same visit.
Pictures from the Saturday, May 10, 2014 dedication event unveiling the Ohio History Connection historical marker at Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers NM. The historical marker pays tribute to Colonel Charles Young and describes significant points in his life, most notably being the third African American graduate of West Point Military Academy and the first African American Superintendent of a National Park (Sequoia National Park, 1903).