Note:  “Banner applications for 2022 are closed.  Applications for 2023 must be submitted no later than 30 June 2023 to: gmiller114@shaw.ca. Applications will be accepted on a first come first served basis.  Only 9o additional banners will be placed on light poles in 2023. For further question, please call: 403-360-6076

Payment: The preferred method of payment is by cheque made out to: Royal Canadian Legion General Stewart Branch No. 4. Attention: Veterans Banner Program or cash.

Once your application form is submitted, a banner committee member will contact you to coordinate payment.

To submit an application please fill out the form below ↓

Or, if you prefer to submit manually, you can download the form here.
Please submit via email to gmiller114@shaw.ca


(as it will appear on the banner) - Please keep to 20 characters/spaces or less and no ranks:
If 'other' please specify:
If 'other' please specify:
eg. The Smith Family (Please keep name to 20 characters/spaces)
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
A photo of the veteran in uniform is a requirement for the banner. Please provide the digital photo as a pdf, jpg or png at 300dpi resolution or higher.

Please send the digital photo by one of these methods:
  • • Upload and send with this form submission
  • • Email directly to r_c_romses@hotmail.com
  • • Drop off an original photo of the veteran to the Lethbridge Legion Office (324 Mayor Magrath Drive South Lethbridge).
I hereby grant permission for the use of the enclosed photo (or the photo I will provide digitally) and information about myself or my relative in the Veteran’s Banner Project, without payment or consideration. I agree the sponsorship amount of $225.00 will allow the production of one (1) banner with the above information.

History of Veteran

Veteran biographies and a copy of their banner will be included on our website. Please provide a short bio of the veteran in approximately 100 to 125 words. An example is as follows:

John Doe was born Oct. 17, 1924 in Lethbridge. After finishing high school, he served in the Royal Canadian Air Force from 1943 to 1946. He was turned down as a pilot due to his hearing, but was accepted for aircrew training and instructed Mosquito aircrews. After his discharge, he graduated from the University of Alberta in Edmonton as a civil engineer and worked for the Canadian Pacific Railway here in Lethbridge for 40 years. He married Joanne and they had three children: Tom, Dick and Jane. Joe died Nov. 5, 1995.