New Sign for the APO Entrance

This month we had a former member of the TAA rejoin our club after a fourteen year hiatus. His name is Bob Anderson.

At our last meeting, I mentioned to the club that I would like to see someone take the responsibility to make a new sign for our parking lot entrance and to restore the old sign that we have hanging on our Astro Physics Center outside wall. Bob contacted me after the meeting and said that he would love to make the sign.

A huge shout out goes out to Bob for his efforts. He saw a need, stepped up to the plate and hit a home run. Now that is what I’m talking about! I thought it would take a lot longer to make the sign. He did it all within a month.

Thank you Bob for all you hard work which the TAA will enjoy for many years to come. Thank you Devin for helping install the sigh.

Cross members notched

Cross members notched

Frame Complete

Frame Complete

Holes dug and leveled

Holes dug and leveled

Frame inserted into the holes

Frame inserted into the holes

Sign Completed

Sign Completed. Pictured on the Left is Devin Tucker. on the Right Bob Anderson

Approaching the APO from the East

Approaching the APO from the East

Approaching the APO from the West

Approaching the APO from the West

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Greg Eckes

President

I am a retired music teacher. I make custom violins and violas. I play violin in the Tulare County Symphony and fiddle in the Tule River Bluegrass Band. I like camping and astronomy.

2 thoughts on “New Sign for the APO Entrance

  1. Butch
    Butch March 25, 2015 at 6:16 pm

    Ooops…Sign!

  2. Nice work gentlemen. It looks very impressive.

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