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Honoring Our Heroes: Milton Legion's Legacy of Honour Banner Program



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The Milton Legion is doing something special for our local heroes.

They've started a new program called the 'Legacy of Honour' banner program. People in the town can apply to honor a friend or family member who served in the military. Each honored person will have their name displayed on a banner placed around Milton.

Sarah Moore, the President of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 136, says it's all about recognizing and honoring our local veterans.

If you want to take part, you can get an application by emailing legacyofhonourmilton@gmail.com. Moore says any costs will only be for putting up the banners.

The banners will be put up in October 2024 and stay until November 29th, 2024. They'll go up again in 2025, but you'll need to pay a fee to renew after two years.

Moore is really excited to see this program happening.

You can visit the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 136 at 21 Charles Street in Milton. Feel free to reach out to us at news@miltonbaithak.ca with any news tips, story ideas, or information you'd like to share. As a dedicated platform focused on advertising and curating news centered around MILTON, we welcome submissions related to businesses, news within the business sector, or inquiries about other people. Our goal is to assist you, whether you're interested in featuring your business or sharing relevant news.

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