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Sign dedicated at softball field

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
A new sign honoring the 2009 PIAA softball champions from Greencastle-Antrim High School was unveiled last week at the Blue Devils’ home field by representatives from F&M Trust and Wertner Signs, whose donations paid for the sign, along with coaches and administration. From left, are: Edward Rife, high school principal; Jim Wertner of Wertner Signs; Karen Showalter, F&M Trust financial services officer and Greencastle office manager; Jamie Richardson, head coach; Tony Bobbitt, coach; Doug Main, coach; Gregory Hoover, school district superintendent; and Thomas Dick, school district supervisor of maintenance and grounds. The sign, which measures roughly 3 feet by 8 feet and contains carved and gilded 22K gold leaf, was made possible by generous support from F&M Trust and Wertner Signs to the softball boosters.

A new sign honoring the 2009 PIAA softball champions from Greencastle-Antrim High School was unveiled last week at the Blue Devils’ home field by representatives from F&M Trust and Wertner Signs, whose donations paid for the sign, along with coaches and administration. From left, are: Edward Rife, high school principal; Jim Wertner of Wertner Signs; Karen Showalter, F&M Trust financial services officer and Greencastle office manager; Jamie Richardson, head coach; Tony Bobbitt, coach; Doug Main, coach; Gregory Hoover, school district superintendent; and Thomas Dick, school district supervisor of maintenance and grounds. The sign, which measures roughly 3 feet by 8 feet and contains carved and gilded 22K gold leaf, was made possible by generous support from F&M Trust and Wertner Signs to the softball boosters.