Simply...Garnett, Kansas

​Simply...Garnett, Kansas

Simply...Garnett, Kansas

Recognizing over 300 veterans. 

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SPECIAL SHOW OF THANKS are due to the Garnett Electric Department and city employees that help display the banners every year. It takes them sometimes, depending on workload, over two weeks to complete.

Garnett REmembers

Patriotic Banner Project

THANK YOU to Dodson International Parts, Inc. for bringing their display to the 2024 Celebration of Service. The Bell 212 helicopter will be on display the evening of the celebration.

The Project: Garnett Remembers, a patriotic pole banner project started in 2016. The sixth phase of the project held in 2020 included 255 banners, 262 honorees. The final phase of this project ended December 31, 2020 bringing the total of honorees to 313 banners representing 320 honorees.


Garnett Remembers started in 2016, is a very special community project that has brought together residents and extended family members from across the United States to recognize and the selfless sacrifices of these individuals whose faces adorn each banner.

 The banners are exhibited throughout Garnett on city utility and light poles. Military men and women who have served the United States Air Force, Army, Army National Guard, Coast Guard, Marines and Navy with ties to Garnett and Anderson County are represented on these banners that will proudly fly from prior to Memorial Day weekend through Independence Day (July 4), and will not be removed until the end of July.
  There are 320 banner honorees in all on 313 banners. The Garnett Remembers patriotic banner project, while facilitated by the Garnett Community Development Department, is made possible through the Garnett Community Foundation, with great emphasis on the work performed by City of Garnett Electric Department employees. 


Patriotic Banner Project Garnett Kansas

The official dedication of the Anderson County Veterans Memorial was held on Sunday, June 13, 2021. The state of the art digital kiosks are open for use by the public. at 2 p.m.  The contact for this project is the Anderson County Clerk's office.

Thank you to everyone who supports this project. Donations for the long term upkeep of brackets and hardware is appreciated. You are welcome to still support this project by sending your tax deductible donations to:  Garnett Community Foundation, Garnett City Hall, 

ATTN: Garnett Remembers Project, 131 W. 5th Avenue, Garnett, KS 66032

Celebration of Service

May 16, 2024



   PROJECT. This project is currently CLOSED.