One of the leaders of Post 38 dropped by last month and asked if I would make another sign for him. This one is for someone who has been a member for over 50 years. They wanted to dedicate the meeting room to him and permanently hang the sign on the wall above the kitchen window opening where food is served at meetings and other events in the building. He wanted it to be a particular size, simple design, and text that is large and easy to read. The leaders (that saw it) were happy with the results when they saw the sign, then I installed it on the wall. The sign was temporarily removed before any other members saw it.
There was a meeting held later to present a scholarship award check of $1,000 to a local high school graduate in Noah's name. He and his family were there for the presentation of the check. What Noah and his family didn't know was that they were there for TWO dedications.
This sign was presented to Noah shortly after the scholarship presentation, and they were very honored to have the meeting room dedicated to him for his past services. At the end of the sign presentation I permanently hung the sign on the wall while everyone watched. The local newspaper had a photo today of him holding the sign similar to my photo below.
The sign is red oak, Minwax Early American stain, and General Finishes Java gel stain in the cut areas. Text is just 0.1" deep pockets.