Ten New Military Banners Installed

By City of Eastvale

On Wednesday, November 2nd the City of Eastvale installed ten (10) new military banners along Archibald Avenue between 65th Street and Grapewin Street.

“The Military Banners are a reminder of the men and women who are serving on active duty in the United States Armed Forces.  It is an honor to see each one and know they are representing Eastvale, California,” said Mayor Ike Bootsma.

The Eastvale City Council allocated funding for the fiscal year 2016/2017 to continue the Military Banner Program. The program is also funded by donations from local businesses, residents and Eastvale non-profit organizations. 100% of donations are allocated to the installation and maintenance of the program.  Any contribution amount is greatly appreciated.

“We truly appreciate the continued support for our Military Banner Program by our residents, local businesses and Eastvale non-profit organizations. Shortly after the City’s re-administration, we received a generous donation from Waste Management which was much appreciated,” said Bootsma.

Ten new military banners were installed to honor the following military personnel:

U.S. Air Force
Ronald M. Cabal

U.S. Army
Nicholas Casanova
Robert Espinoza
Maria Nufable

U.S. Navy
Jeffery S. Davis
Colin Liddicote
Sean Pierre Rangel

U.S. Marine Corps
Adrian Canales
Christian Cervantez
John C. Jimenez

The City of Eastvale will be accepting new applications for the Military Banner Program starting in January of 2017. If you are interested in donating to Eastvale’s Military Banner Program, contributions can be sent to:

City of Eastvale
Military Banner Program
12363 Limonite Avenue, Suite 910
Eastvale, CA 91752-3667

To learn more about Eastvale’s Military Banner Program, please visit www.bitly.com/eastvalemilitarybanner for program details.