Hayden offering bricks commemorating veterans

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The city of Hayden Veterans Commission is offering community and area residents the opportunity to place the name of a veteran on brick pavers as part of the PFC Robert J. Gordon Veterans Memorial Plaza in front of Hayden City Hall. Naming rights may be purchased for $100.

To qualify to have a veteran’s name placed on a paver:

• The veteran must be currently serving or have served under honorable conditions in the United States Armed Forces (DD-214 or other qualifying documentation of honorable service is required). Military personnel discharged prior to 1940 and organized military groups are exempt from this requirement.

• Residency in Hayden is not required.

• The city has two installations per calendar year: Memorial Day and Veterans Day.

• Deadline for Memorial Day installation: Friday, April 27

To learn more about the Commemorative Brick Program and the PFC Robert J. Gordon Veterans Memorial Plaza, contact the Recreation & Community Events Department at 208-209-1080 or visit Hayden City Hall located at 8930 N. Government Way.

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