Everlasting Legacy Engraved Bricks Fundraiser Featured

Help save a part of our History and be a part of our Everlasting Legacy!!  Learn more about the Engraved Brick Fundraiser by clicking here.

 

The Everlasting Legacy Bricks are a great way to honor family/friends/community/veterans as well as a visible permanent memorial to those who have planted roots here or impacted our lives greatly over the years or gave their lives in service for our country. Your donation will go toward saving one the early brick buildings still standing in downtown Tuscola. A building constructed in 1913 and built of onsite handmade blocks and bricks as well as native stone. The roof is in need of being completely replaced and the interior is ready to entertain a fresh splash of imagination. The JNVHP hopes to create an atmosphere of the yesteryear and educate those who enter in of the rich heritage that is no longer visible in many areas of South Taylor County. The Research Library and Community Museum will link the past to the present and strengthen our future generations knowledge of preserving history for years to come.

The building will also house the American Legion Artifacts, photos and plaques as well as a place for them to hold their meetings and activities.

The Jim Ned Valley Heritage Preservation Engraved Bricks fundraiser web site is available for orders as well as payment on-line.  **For those ordering on-line and paying by check, place 000 in the space for check #.**  Also, an order from has been attached for those who would rather order on a paper order form and mail in with donation.

               

Above are examples of bricks and replica tile.  Replica tiles can only be ordered with the purchase of a brick.  Anyone will be able to provide their own company logo or another type of clip art that is not available on the brochure or web site. 
Feel free to forward the web site link or order form to anyone who has connection to our area or has had connection to our area.


The link to our fundraiser web site is:
http://polarengraving.com/JimNedValleyHeritagePreservation

 

 

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