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Engraved Bricks

 

The Woodford County Historical Society now has a program which will allow you to leave a permanent mark on Woodford County History: a brick engraved with your name or the name of someone you wish to honor or remember.

Each brick measures 4"X8"X2½" and is an attractive antique red color which closely matches our brick building.

The first 384 engraved bricks will be placed at the base of the flagpole located at the southeast corner of our property at 121 Rose Hill in Versailles. Additional engraved bricks will pave the walkways to the three public entrances to our building.

An engraved brick may be the perfect way to "leave your mark" on Woodford County history, or a way to memorialize or honor someone else.

These bricks also make great gifts for that hard-to-buy-for person who "has everything." We'll send a Certificate of Ownership for each brick to you or to the person you designate.

The minimum donation for each engraved brick is $150.

NOTE: The Woodford County Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Donations are tax-deductible as permitted by law.

How Your Donation will be Used
After deducting the cost of the brick, the engraving, and installation, your donation will be used to continue the programs and activities of the Woodford County Historical Society, including the daily operations of the Society's library and museum.

Certificate of Ownership
Each brick comes with a special Certificate of Ownership. The certificate will be sent to you or to the person you designate.

How Make Your Brick Donation
You must complete an order form like the one below for each brick and bring or mail the form with your donation to the Woodford County Historical Society, 121 Rose Hill, Versailles, KY 40383.

We require a minimum donation of $150 per brick. You may make a larger donation if you wish.

Each brick inscription may have up to three (3) lines of text with up to 18 characters per line. 

Spaces and punctuation count as characters. 

You may have your brick inscribed "In Honor Of" of "In Memory Of" someone. Please make certain that you add "In Honor Of" or "In Memory Of" as the first line on the order form. Example:

 

 

In Memory Of
John J. Crittenden

1786-1863

 

 

How Make Your Brick Donation (Contd.)
Print this Microsoft Word attachment below and fill in the information for each brick and bring or mail the form with your donation to the Woodford County Historical Society, 121 Rose Hill, Versailles, KY 40383.

 

 

 

 


 

 

NOTE: Although bricks will be engraved and installed in a timely manner, the date of placement cannot be guaranteed due to requirements of the engraver and the necessity to hire an outside contractor to install the bricks. Donors will be notified when their brick has been installed.