History of Hometown Heroes


Banners celebrating the current and past veterans of your home town

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Recognizing Those Who Serve


The Chippewa County Community Foundation and the Youth Advisory Council are proud to present the History of Hometown Heroes, an Armed Forces veteran banner project to honor and commemorate the brave service of our local heroes past and present. The banners will be displayed throughout our community from Memorial Day until after Veterans’ Day for three years. Space is limited, so selection of veterans as well as banner placement will be on a strictly first- come, first-served basis. Please review the requirements below

Requirements

Requirements


Veteran

Honoree must be Active Duty in a branch of the United States Armed Forces OR a veteran of the United States Armed Forces AND honorably discharged, or died in the line of duty.

Local

Honoree must have a connection to Chippewa County.

Ready to Roll

Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Only fully completed applications will be processed.

Documentation

  • A copy of the Honoree’s DD214, or equivalent proof of service.
  • Photo of Honoree in uniform

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Space is limited, so selection of veterans as well as banner placement will be on a strictly first- come, first-served basis

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Let's Get In Touch!


Want to recognize local heros in your hometown? Give us a call or message and we will get back to you as soon as possible!

(906) 635-1046

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