Sign & Digital Graphics

February '19

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S ometimes a large building, new wing or an entire campus takes many pocketbooks to fund the design and construction, and those who contribute need a little recognition. A common practice for buildings that receive community support is installing a donor recogni- tion plaque, naming a room after a key donor or donors, or presenting a donor wall. Often decora- tive and classy, the recognitions can be stationary to recognize a complete list of donors or inter- changeable as new donors come on board. They also can come in many materials and choices that range from single name plates to changing digital interactive displays. B Y S H E L L E Y W I D H A L M Shelley Widhalm is a freelance writer and editor and founder of Shell's Ink Services, a writing and editing service based in Loveland, Colorado. She has more than 15 years of experience in communications and holds a master's degree in English from Colorado State University. She can be reached at shellsinkser- vices.com or shellsinkservices@gmail.com. S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • February 2019 • 21 A dedication plaque for the Dan & Jeanne Scott Family Physiology Library with a story about the family's community giving. Image courtesy of A.R.K. Ramos. Donor wall at St. Joseph Hospital, Denver. (Photos by Randy Ellis)

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