• 100 Nights of Remembrance  

    Since 2007 to the present, members of 100 Nights of Remembrance sound taps at the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen, NH and The Mount Calvary Cemetery in Manchester, NH every evening rain or shine at 7:00 PM from Memorial Day through September 11th. After the 100 consecutive nights closing ceremonies, taps is then sounded once a week on Sunday afternoons at 1:00 PM Rain, shine or even snow until the opening ceremony each Memorial Day.  100 Nights of Remembrance is dedicated to honoring and paying the highest respect to those who have served in our Armed Forces and all our fallen heroes. The public is welcome to attend these solemn ceremonies.  “So We May Never Forget”   


    In 2012 on the 150th anniversary of Taps, Master Sergeant Lee Hirtle sounded taps at Arlington National Cemetery to honor WWII USMC Corporal Rene Gagnon from New Hampshire.  CPL Rene Gagnon was one of the marines who carried the American flag up, and raised it on top of Mt Suribachi, Iwo Jima February 23, 1945.  MSGT Lee Hirtle a founding member of 100 Nights sounds taps at the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen New Hampshire for most internments there. We are very grateful for Lee for his service and all he does to honor our Veterans and our Country. We are honored to have Lee as a member.  

    Noel Taylor,  Founder and Director of 100 Nights of Remembrance  

                 Arlington  Iwo Jima Flag raise 

     Join us this 2014 season as we remember those who served.and honor the men and women resting on sacred grounds.  

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