Around 20,000 people view our sign every day driving South on Concord Pike each day. We use our sign to share worship topics, information about famous Unitarians, updates on the pandemic, and more. If you have suggestions for messages, please send them to Steve Cohen at firstname.lastname@example.org. Four lines of text is the maximum to be legible and two or three lines is best. The message should be no longer than 12 words (fewer is better) to improve the chance of being fully read by motorists.
Recently, to Commemorate the first anniversary of the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, we posted a thank you message, as shown below.
In honor of our oldest member, Bob Ullrich, we also posted signs on his 100th birthday on December 29, 2020 and 101st birthday on December 29, 2021. Bob was a lieutenant in the US Army in the European theater where he was one of the Americans to meet the Russians at the Elbe River on April 25, 1945. He is shown with June Peterson. He was thrilled and honored by the recognition. We posted a few images of our LED sign here. Please be sure to check it out on your next trip south on 202!