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There is one application used for all the towns we serve, two photo banners require two applications one for each photo. There is one exception to this that is Allenstown which has its own paperwork, this is because our program is being handled by the Allenstown Economic Development Committee.

Pricing & Policy

This form contains information and procedures to get through the process it takes to get a banner completed. We suggest that all interested in a banner download this form, so they have a record of what the process entails. 

Qualifications

Every town has its own individual Qualification Form these are the outline of who is eligible for banners and represents a agreement with the town. We do not always get everything we want.

Concord  N.H.

This is a way to Honor Veterans or Active Duty Service Members who at one time considered Concord their hometown or currently reside in Concord.
 
Having attended the Concord school system or any other school system in the Concord city limits, even if they resided in another town.
 
Does not have to be currently serving, we honor anyone who has ever honorably served in the U.S. Military. 

Newport N.H.

This is a way to honor Veterans or Active Duty Service Members who at one time considered Newport Their hometown or currently reside in Newport.
Any student who attended the Newport's school system, even if the reside in a neighboring town, is qualified for this program.
Does not have to be currently serving, we honor anyone who has ever honorably served in the U.S. Military.

Campton N.H.

This is a way to Honor Veterans or Active Duty Service Members,
who at one time considered Campton their hometown, or currently reside in Campton.
Having attended the Campton school system or any other school in the town of Campton is a qualification.
The Town of Campton has requested  the inclusion of the following eight towns be eligible for this program, Plymouth, Thornton, Holderness, Lincoln, Waterville Valley, Rumney, Ashland, and Ellsworth.
 
Does not have to be currently serving, we honor anyone who has ever honorably in the U.S. Military. 

Center Harbor N.H.

This is a way to honor Veterans or Active Duty Service Members who at one time considered Center Harbor their hometown or currently reside in Center Harbor.
Does not have to be currently serving, we honor anyone who has ever honorably served in the U.S. Military.

Franklin N.H.

This is a way to honor Veterans or Active Duty Service Members who at one time considered Franklin their hometown or currently reside in Franklin.
Any student who attended school in the Franklin school system, even if they reside in a neighboring town, is qualified for this program.
Does not have to currently be serving, we honor anyone who has ever served honorably in the U.S. Military.
The honored Veteran must have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, may be living or deceased resident of Franklin, or a relative or friend  of a resident of Franklin, this will allow for the broadest number of local veterans to be honored.

Raymond N.H.

Proposed at this time
This is a way to honor Veterans or Active duty Service Members who at one time considered Raymond their hometown or currently reside in Raymond.
 
Does not have to be currently serving, we honor anyone who has ever served Honorably in the U.S. Military.
 
The Honored must have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, may be living or deceased resident of Raymond, or a relative or friend of a resident of Raymond, this will allow for the broadest number of local veterans to be honored.

Danville N.H. 

This is a way to honor Veterans or Active Duty Service Members who at one time Considered Danville Their hometown or currently reside in Daville.
 
Does not have to be currently serving, we honor anyone who has ever served Honorably in the U.S. Military.
 
The Honored must have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, may be living or deceased resident of Danville, or a friend or relative of a resident of Danville, this will allow for the broadest number of local veterans to be honored.

Henniker N.H.

Proposed at this time
This is a way to honor Veterans or Active Duty Service Members who at one time Considered Henniker Their hometown or currently reside in Henniker.
 
Does not have to be currently serving, we honor anyone who has ever served Honorably in the U.S. Military.
 
The Honored must have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, may be living or deceased resident of Henniker, or a friend or relative of a resident of Henniker, this will allow for the broadest number of local veterans to be honored.

Allenstown N. H.

The Allenstown Economic Development Committee is handling this process for us, as the forms direct you to contact them. once you go through their process you will be transferred to us. With their process the forms are labeled differently, you need one application for a single photo banner and two for a two photo banner. You will need one pricing and policy to go through this process in Allentown.
                                                             Qualifications
 
The Honored must have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, may be living or deceased resident of Allenstown, or a friend or relative of a resident of Allenstown, this will allow for the broadest number of local veterans to be honored.
Contact information
Allenstown Economic Development Committee
16 School Street
Allenstown, N.H. 03275
(603)485-4276
economicdevelopment@allenstownnh.gov

Loudon, N.H.

This is a way to honor Veterans or Active Duty Service Members who at one time Considered Loudon Their hometown or currently reside in Loudon.
 
Does not have to be currently serving, we honor anyone who has ever served Honorably in the U.S. Military.
 
The Honored must have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, may be living or deceased resident of Loudon, or a friend or relative of a resident of Loudon, this will allow for the broadest number of local veterans to be honored.