Rose Hill Remembers
Banners honoring those who have
served and those who keep us safe.
Any Rose Hill Honorably Discharged United States Veteran or active member of the United States Military in good standing can be honored through a donation to the Rose Hill Remembers and Honors Project.
The Honoree must have been or is currently a resident or has attended a Rose Hill elementary, middle, or high school.
In all instances, every donor is required to attest to the accuracy and truthfulness of the information he or she provides about the honoree.
All donations to the Rose Hill Remembers and Honors Banner Project will be for the exclusive use of bracket or banner purchase.
The banners honoring military veterans or current active duty military personnel will be displayed throughout Rose Hill from May to July each year.
For the purpose of the banner project, persons who served honorably with the United States Air Force, Navy, Coast Guard, Marines, Army, or the Reserve and National Guard are considered veterans as well as those who served with the Merchant Marines or Army Air Corp in World War 2.
The Veteran must have been honorably discharged.
Current active duty members must be in good standing.
Inscriptions are to be in English and are limited to the veteran’s name, rank, inclusive years of service, or conflicts when applicable.
Checks or money orders to purchase banners or make donations for brackets are to be made payable to RH or the Rose Hill Historical Society.
Should the proposed information not meet the standards or criteria, a representative will contact the donor to discuss possible amendments.
Only fully completed applications with the appropriate payment will be considered inclusion in the banner project.