It was volunteerism at its best this past week when the project Larry Harbour has been talking about for several years finally came to fruition in the shape of a new sign for the Comanche County Historical Museum.
This week it was Larry and Jason Harbour, Larry Graham, Marshall Wirtz, and museum board president, Garry Steele, who raised the sign. Larry gave the materials for the sign, and he and brother, Steve Harbour, set the concrete, and painted the steel. Garry painted the actual sign itself, while Comanche County Electric drilled the hole and Pate’s Rental furnished the lift.
Jason Harbour, Wirtz, and Graham were on hand to help get the sign hung in place.
And I know you are all tired of hearing me say it, but it just keeps needing to be said…it is the VOLUNTEERS, those people who are talking the money out of their own pockets and the time out of their own schedules, who are making the difference in Comanche, Texas, and here at United, we salute them!