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Posted on: August 16, 2021

Spring Hill honors active Military members with the Service Member Banner Program

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The City of Spring Hill is proud to recognize the brave men and women who are currently serving in the Armed Forces through the Service Member Banner Progam. The program is designed to honor Spring Hill residents who are currently serving active duty in our nation's military or those who have paid the ultimate price. Banners are installed twice a year prior to Veteran's Day in the fall and prior to Armed Forces Day in the Spring. To be eligible for a banner, the honoree must be active duty military personnel currently serving in the United States Military Service branches AND a current Spring Hill resident; OR an immediate family member (spouse, child, parent, sibling) of a Spring Hill resident. Fallen military personnel who who have paid the ultimate sacrifice during active duty may also be honored with a banner provided they are a Spring Hill resident or immediate family member (spouse, child, parent, sibling) residing in Spring Hill. Residency must be verifiable with a current utility bill, driver's license, or another form of ID listing a current City of Spring Hill address. 

Once the application is filled out and returned to City Hall along with any required supporting documentation, it will be reviewed and accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Incomplete applications will not be accepted an attempt will be made to contact applicants who have submitted incomplete applications. The number of banners per installation period is limited to twenty-five (25) unless the Board of Mayor and Aldermen authorizes additional banners. 

Lead time for banner production is 60 days prior to the installation period. If a photo is not provided, a blue star will be used for active service members and a gold star will be used for fallen heroes.

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