The Summit Project is a Living Memorial and ensures that Maine Heroes are NOT Forgotten. The mission of The Summit Project is to honor Maine’s newest war casualties and the faithful spirit of all Mainers. We empower that faithful spirit by asking new groups throughout Maine to take custody of the TSP Honor Display case and use it as an instrument to help recognize and pay proper tribute to the sacrifices made by Maine’s fallen. The case helps to hold, preserve and share the memories of our fallen heroes from Maine.
Organizations from all across Maine have taken the challenge to assume the duty of “standing watch” over a select number TSP stones in this Honor Display case. (See bottom of this page.) The case will remain secure, and a sense of curiosity will bring new people to discover TSP, understand our mission but most of all learn about the lives of our fallen heroes.
Our mission with the Honor Case is to elevate awareness of TSP as a Living Memorial and honor our fallen by allowing the communities they died for to honor them through awareness and faithfulness. We want to reach as many Maine organizations and Maine citizens as possible, asking them to be part of the Living Memorial.
Please sign up today by writing to email@example.com . Thank you Maine and thank you for ensuring that MHANF.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 3, 2017 Portland Jetport Hosts Special Summit Project Tribute Trek this Saturday Mayor & hikers to commemorate Maine’s fallen service members https://www.facebook.com/stephen.crossman.79/media_set?set=a.10211544351507258.1073741884.1318775673&type=1&l=0d2cd011c5 PORTLAND, Maine — The Portland Jetport is proud to be hosting The Summit Project Honor Case. The case is currently on public display on the 3rd floor of the Jetport through the middle of this month. This weekend, The Summit Project is hosting a special tribute trek and reception at the Jetport on January 7. Mayor Ethan Strimling will be on hand at 1:00 PM to greet the hikers as they return… Read More
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The Summit Project, the Town of Newport and the Newport Cultural Center invite the citizens of Newport and surrounding communities to come together to honor and remember the fallen. Please join us for a Memorial March through Newport welcoming the stones of fallen Maine soldiers on Saturday April 16th at 10 a.m., starting at the American Legion and proceeding toward Rt 7 and down Main Street to our new Veteran’s Memorial site. From there the stones will be placed into the mobile Honor Case at the Newport Cultural Center for all to see from April 16th through the end of… Read More
The Summit Project Partners with Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine for a tribute march and stone ceremony at the South Portland Clubhouse South Portland, Maine – The Summit Project (TSP) will conduct a tribute march on February 27th, hosted by Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine’s South Portland Clubhouse. The Summit Project is a Maine-based nonprofit whose mission is to recognize and honor Maine Veterans who have passed away since September 11, 2001. Families of these fallen heroes have unearthed and donated a special memorial stone that uniquely represents their loved one. TSP engraves… Read More
Bangor International Airport to Host The Summit Project Honor Case Bangor City Council’s Airport Committee unanimously approved a plan to bring an honor case to Bangor International Airport at a meeting last night. The Honor Case is a part of The Summit Project. It is used to display stones that represent the lives of Mainers killed while serving in the United States Military since 9/11. The case will be delivered this weekend. https://wabi.tv/2015/12/16/bangor-international-airport-to-host-the-summit-project-honor-case/ Honor Case Makes Its Way to Bangor Airport Posted on December 22, 2015 The Summit Project’s honor case is on tour around Maine. The latest destination is… Read More
Southport Central School guidance counselor Meredith Fowlie has always felt strongly about honoring those who serve in the military. “A few years ago, a good friend lost her brother, First Lieutenant James Zimmerman. He died in service to our country on Nov. 2, 2010,” Fowlie said. “We supported them in their grief and want to make sure his memory lives on.” One day while scrolling Facebook, she came upon the Summit Project and contacted the founder about bringing the Project to Boothbay Region High School. With the support of Principal Dan Welch, this Veterans Day students, faculty and members of the… Read More
Tony Llerena Coordinator of Veterans Education and Transition Services www.umaine.edu/veterans www.TheSummitProject.org The Summit Project Partners with the University of Maine for Tribute March to Military Appreciation Football Game and Honor Display Case Orono, Maine – The Summit Project (TSP) will conduct a tribute march on September 26, 2015 hosted by The University of Maine. There will be a public memorial service at 1pm on the steps of Fogler Library. The march is intended to honor fallen service members from UMaine and surrounding communities. This ceremony will commence a one-month period over which UMaine will stand guard over this case, protecting both… Read More