Home Topics Buildings Fundraising Campaign Begins for Ivanhoe Village Happy Holidays Sign

Fundraising Campaign Begins for Ivanhoe Village Happy Holidays Sign

-

Ivanhoe Happy Holidays Sign 4

We told you last month that the Happy Holiday’s sign on top of the old OUC building, now the Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts, and how the sign is coming back this year.

They are able to do this because Commissioner Stuart along with the other commissioners agreed to fund the rehab of the sign. However, part of the deal is that the Ivanhoe Village Main Street raises money to support the operation and maintenance of the sign.

Their goal is to raise $10,000 over the next two years, starting with this initial campaign of $5,000. You can click here to support their Citizinvestor campaign.

We were fortunate enough to get a sneak peek at one of the new letters for the sign. They built out the “H” to ensure that everything was correct before building the other letters.

Here are some more pictures of our tour of the Ivanhoe Village Happy Holiday’s sign:

Ivanhoe Happy Holidays Sign 1
The new “H” lit up

Ivanhoe Happy Holidays Sign 2
The new “H” side view

Ivanhoe Happy Holidays Sign 3
One of the letters that has not been redone

Become a Bungalower Buddy

Our award-winning local news website stays in business because of readers, like you. Support us by becoming a Bungalower Buddy today.

Have something to say? Type it below. Holding back can give you pimples.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Ivanhoe Happy Holidays Sign 4

We told you last month that the Happy Holiday’s sign on top of the old OUC building, now the Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts, and how the sign is coming back this year.

They are able to do this because Commissioner Stuart along with the other commissioners agreed to fund the rehab of the sign. However, part of the deal is that the Ivanhoe Village Main Street raises money to support the operation and maintenance of the sign.

Their goal is to raise $10,000 over the next two years, starting with this initial campaign of $5,000. You can click here to support their Citizinvestor campaign.

We were fortunate enough to get a sneak peek at one of the new letters for the sign. They built out the “H” to ensure that everything was correct before building the other letters.

Here are some more pictures of our tour of the Ivanhoe Village Happy Holiday’s sign:

Ivanhoe Happy Holidays Sign 1
The new “H” lit up

Ivanhoe Happy Holidays Sign 2
The new “H” side view

Ivanhoe Happy Holidays Sign 3
One of the letters that has not been redone