The Hockinson Gazebo
The Gazebo was built in the 70’s as a memorial structure for young men who had died in Vietnam. It was becoming old and rotting, so it needed more than a facelift. We agreed to do the project for 30% of retail, which was in essence pro-bono. The business owner had no problem getting the donations to cover the 30%.
Hockinson’s county commissioner was happy to see the memorial being rebuilt, since the old one had been so dangerous with a risk of having it collapse. Not everybody was happy to see the old memorial go though.
After talking with some of the county’s board members, the principal better understood our intentions. But – we’ll never forget the look on his face when he came rushing out the door!
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