IN RESPONSE TO POPULAR DEMAND, THE OLD MAN OF THE MOUNTAIN LEGACY FUND HAS CREATED A SPECIAL PROGRAM TO MAKE A VERY LIMITED NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL PAVERS & SEVERAL BENCHES AVAILABLE ON THE MEMORIAL PLAZA AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES
Please note that because the inventory of available paver sizes in this phase are very limited and in great demand, you must very carefully comply with the instructions and specifications prescribed in the Order Form below to ensure your paver or bench becomes a part of the Old Man of The Mountain Memorial Plaza.
If the order is not submitted exactly as specified below, you will receive an email notice with these options:
In this phase of developing pavers, engraving is limited to only letters and punctuation on the sized paver you order, using only the font and point style approved for the original Plaza. No artwork, symbols, logos, or lettering-style changes can be made. Engraved messages must be consistent with the spirit and intent of the memorial plaza. The Legacy Fund will carefully review your proposal and reserves the right of final approval of your proposal.
Your paver or bench will be engraved at a location on the Plaza floor, or nearby to it for a bench, that will be selected exclusively by the Legacy Fund from among the already-engraved pavers emplaced during the Plaza's original construction. Only blank pavers and benches previously emplaced are available in this Special Program. Because quantities are limited and demand for them intense, no exceptions can be made in this phase.
To avoid unnecessary engraving delays, please submit separate Order Forms for each paver or bench you want to order.
The Old Man of The Mountain Legacy Fund is a registered 501-c3 charitable organization so your purchase is tax deductible. A donation receipt will be emailed to you shortly after your order is received.
The Legacy Fund works in close partnership with the NH Dept of Natural & Cultural Resources through its Division of Parks to maintain a permanent legacy of remembrance for the Old Man of The Mountain. The State of New Hampshire fully supports the private fund raising needed to sustain this legacy through the Memorial Plaza and its ongoing and future projects. All pavers and benches become the property of the State of New Hampshire once engraved.