Tuesday, August 18, 2015

New welcome signs

The Springfield Rotary Club, led by committee members Peter MacGillivray and Ethan McNaughton, have put up new signs on Clinton Street, Park Street and River Street. Pictured is Ray St. Sauveur of Unique Signs with Rotarian Peter MacGillivray putting up the sign by the Eureka Schoolhouse.

9 comments :

  1. These signs look great! Thank you Rotary!

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  2. Wow that looks vibrant! Good job guys!

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  3. It needs to go up a little on the left....

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    1. Take VT back8/23/15, 6:13 PM

      There is ALREADY way to much "left" in this town.

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  4. Nice & original, the way our small beautiful Springfield should stay! Thank you SRC.

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  5. Looks a lot better than the idiotic Simpson signs. Maybe now the selectmen can ban the Simpson lunatics from trashing the place?

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    1. I couldn't agree more. The Simpsons "saga" was an embarrassing low point.

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  6. please please get rid of that super tacky Springfield sign across from Parks & Rec; it shouts "this is a poor place!"

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    1. You don't get out much, do you?

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