We are in the process of putting up banners to memorialize Members that have served in the Canadian Forces or Police Services from the area and display them in the Cities, Towns and Villages of the Southeast.
Program starts mid-April and information/pictures must be received by no later than 15 August so the banners can be made and installed for that years program.
Please contact us if you have questions:
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Call - 1-306-421-6687
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Here is our purchase program. We have 3 levels available.
Donor Level - Banner Purchase. $200 - for this price the banner will hang for the season. We would like a photo of your loved one (preferably in uniform). Time frame of service, Unit, Area of residence. You would have the option of keeping the banner after the season or donate it to the museum to be reused in future projects. $200 tax receipt eligible if banner is donated to museum. (If you would like to donate and want a tax receipt, please indicate this at the time of purchase)
**Corporate Level - Mounting Hardware Purchase - $300 - For this price you would donate the banner mounting hardware in the community of your choice to be utilized by the museum and Community for current banner mounting and in the future. $300 tax receipt eligible.
Commemoration Level - Banner and Hardware purchase. - $500 - This would get you the Donor level banner and options and the corporate level mounting hardware in one package. The mounting hardware would remain with the museum for future projects. $300 tax receipt eligible or $500 for banner donation.
What we need:
(1) We would like a photo of the person for commemoration (preferably in uniform).
(2) Name and Rank
(3)Unit served with (if known),
(4) Era (World War 1, World War 2, Korea, Afghanistan, Peacekeeping, Peacetime, etc)
(5) Who you want in the “In Remembrance” portion of the banner (see samples below).
If you need help with gathering information, we can also help with that.
Tax receipts can be given for donations to the museum.
**Business / Corporate sponsorship – If you have an employee that has served any you want to show your appreciation you can purchase a banner and have your business logo placed at the bottom of the banner and corporate name places in the “In Remembrance” portion of the banner.
Banners purchased for a season will only go up for the year that they were purchased for. If you want them to be placed for an additional season then a donation of $50 can be made to the museum. This will help us maintain the program and allow us to expand throughout the southeast!
The museum is not responsible for damage or loss due to faulty installation of banners, mischief or from extreme weather / wind. The Museum will replace or repair banners that are damaged due to faulty materials and incorrect information.
These banner supports are made from premium quality material and have a 10 year warranty. These are in the Corporate Sponsor level and can be added to the Donor level to become a Commemoration level sponsorship.
We had a great banner year for 2022. We added 3 communities (Carnduff, Radville and Macoun) to our 7 from last year. We added 69 banners this year, bringing our total to 105 (Commemorating 146 veterans!). Of note, we had a FWW French Army veteran, a FWW and SWW veteran in Carnduff, Australian Army veterans in Carlyle, Korean War Veterans in Estevan and Peacetime and Peacekeeping veterans as well as a couple more Afghanistan Veterans.....
2023 will be even bigger and better!
Thanks to Veterans Affairs Canada again this year for the grant to help us to continue to grow and Remember our Veterans!
Lest We Forget!
At the Cenotaph and Soldiers Tree. First Banner up with Private Ed Mack.
(L to R.) Rob Rooks, Troy LeBlanc, Craig Bird, Marlys Collins, Frosty Forrest.
Some of the Banners out in the wild.
Thanks Veterans Affairs!!
The South East Military Museum would like to acknowledge and thank everyone who took part in the inaugural year of the Remembrance Banner Program.
Thanks to financial support from the City of Estevan, the Southern Plains Co-Op in Estevan and Carlyle, the Town of Lampman and Veteran Affairs Canada’s Commemorative Partnership Program, we were able to purchase the hardware required to hang remembrance banners throughout Estevan and surrounding areas.
With the support and approval of the community councils and help from the public works crews and SaskPower, 36 banners were successfully placed in Estevan, Weyburn, Lampman, Midale, Stoughton, Carlyle and Redvers.
The banners act as a visual reminder and commemorate those who served and sacrificed for Canada–from the First and Second World Wars to Afghanistan. The program will return in the summer of 2022 with banners being hung at the end of August until after Remembrance Day.