Clow Valve Company Donates Historical Brass Sign Holders
If you want to know how and why a community is the way it is today, you have to look at its history. The Oskaloosa, Iowa community made the decision to display historical markers throughout the city to showcase the history of the buildings throughout the entire town. Unfortunately, they only had a $100 budget per marker so they relied heavily on local businesses and residents to contribute to the project.
Clow Valve was pleased to have the opportunity to donate the brass sign holders. The first marker was placed at the Oskaloosa Fire Department which was built in 1909.
If you would like to learn more about the project, click on the link below to read the article about the project written by Angie Holland, Managing Editor, the Oskaloosa Herald on February 15:
Posted on February 19, 2018, in Community Involvement & Giving and tagged brass, Clow Valve, clow valve company, Clow valve Oskaloosa, community, community involvement, fire station, Iowa, Oskaloosa, oskaloosa fire department, the oskaloosa herald. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Clow Valve Company Donates Historical Brass Sign Holders.