Alki Statue of Liberty Plaza: 2 plaques left, but no more bricks

June 5, 2011 at 7:51 am | In Alki Statue of Liberty, West Seattle news, West Seattle parks | 4 Comments

If you have an engraved brick in place at Alki Statue of Liberty Plaza – you have something no one else can get from here on out. The Alki Community Council has announced that the plaza brick sale has ***ended***, so they are not taking any more orders. From the ACC: “We wish to thank all of you who contributed over the years to the success of this project. Since the ACC assumed the responsibility of selling the remaining bricks and plaques in 2009, over 600 bricks and 7 Tribute Plaques have been ordered. The Council is allowed to retain a small fiscal sponsor fee and pays the cost of engraving the bricks and casting the plaques. More than $47,000 has been turned over to Seattle Parks & Recreation for future Statue and Plaza maintenance needs.” Now, as for those two bronze Tribute Plaques that are still available – you can find out more about how to order one by calling Eilene at 206-933-8352 or e-mailing her at libertyplaza@msn.com. (Photo by David Hutchinson)

4 Comments

  1. What a great way to remember your loved ones or put your company on a plaque!

    Comment by Just off Alki — 12:48 pm June 5, 2011 #

  2. Feeling sad that my email request sent a few weeks ago was never answered…Was hoping to memorialize my husband with a brick.

    Comment by Kjb — 3:19 pm June 5, 2011 #

  3. what is the cost of a plaque?

    Comment by visitor — 5:50 pm June 5, 2011 #

  4. Information on pricing and a Tribute Plaque order form can be downloaded at: http://www.sealady.org/

    Comment by David Hutchinson — 8:00 pm June 5, 2011 #

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