Scene in Edmonds: More names go down in history

Ann Wood, brick sales coordinator for the Museum, helps unload the latest delivery of paver bricks destined for the Edmonds Historical Museum Plaza.
Ann Wood, brick sales coordinator for the Museum, helps unload the latest delivery of paver bricks destined for the Edmonds Historical Museum Plaza.

The latest order of engraved paving bricks has arrived at the Edmonds Historical Museum, and installers from System Pavers of Washington were on hand first thing Monday morning to put them in place.

“Today we’re adding 61 new bricks to the Museum Plaza,” said sales coordinator Ann Wood. “Paver bricks make great holiday gifts and are the perfect way to add your name to this living piece of our community’s heritage while helping to support the work of the museum.”

Wood assists crews from System Pavers of Washington to locate and install the new bricks. "Border bricks around the plaza perimeter and bell tower are already sold out," said Wood, "and prime locations on the main plaza floor are going fast."
Wood assists crews from System Pavers of Washington to locate and install the new bricks. “Border bricks around the plaza perimeter and bell tower are already sold out,” said Wood, “and prime locations on the main plaza floor are going fast.”

Buying a brick is easy. Just go to the Museum Plaza Project web page, download the form, fill it out and deliver it to the museum by mail, email or in person.

Bricks purchased now and during the holidays will be installed in spring 2017.

— Story and photos by Larry Vogel

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