A good sign in downtown Sedalia


Sedalia signs refurbished, re-installed

Pam Garcia steadies the west facing Sedalia sign while her husband Anthony Garcia secures it Tuesday morning at the corner of Broadway Boulevard and Ohio Avenue near CVS. The couple, owners of Allied Signs, said they have been in business since 1984.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Anthony and Pam Garcia, owners of Allied Signs, in Sedalia, prepare to hang the two refurbished Downtown Sedalia signs late Tuesday morning on the southeast corner of West Broadway Boulevard and South Ohio Avenue. The signs were previously located on the streets’ southwest corner, but were moved due to construction of the new urgent care center.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Pam Garcia, of Allied Signs, washes off the posts Tuesday morning that will hold the two Downtown Sedalia signs. “We actually made them 20 years ago,” Anthony Garcia said. “We refurbished them and moved them over to this side of the street.”


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Anthony Garcia, of Allied Signs, measures and prepares to install the screws that will hold the west facing Sedalia sign Tuesday. The couple, who had been working in the rain, hoped to finished the installation by noon.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Pam Garcia steadies the west facing Sedalia sign while her husband Anthony Garcia secures it Tuesday morning at the corner of Broadway Boulevard and Ohio Avenue near CVS. The couple, owners of Allied Signs, said they have been in business since 1984.

Anthony and Pam Garcia, owners of Allied Signs, in Sedalia, prepare to hang the two refurbished Downtown Sedalia signs late Tuesday morning on the southeast corner of West Broadway Boulevard and South Ohio Avenue. The signs were previously located on the streets’ southwest corner, but were moved due to construction of the new urgent care center.

Pam Garcia, of Allied Signs, washes off the posts Tuesday morning that will hold the two Downtown Sedalia signs. “We actually made them 20 years ago,” Anthony Garcia said. “We refurbished them and moved them over to this side of the street.”

Anthony Garcia, of Allied Signs, measures and prepares to install the screws that will hold the west facing Sedalia sign Tuesday. The couple, who had been working in the rain, hoped to finished the installation by noon.

Pam Garcia steadies the west facing Sedalia sign while her husband Anthony Garcia secures it Tuesday morning at the corner of Broadway Boulevard and Ohio Avenue near CVS. The couple, owners of Allied Signs, said they have been in business since 1984.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD062216SedaliaSigns-4.jpgPam Garcia steadies the west facing Sedalia sign while her husband Anthony Garcia secures it Tuesday morning at the corner of Broadway Boulevard and Ohio Avenue near CVS. The couple, owners of Allied Signs, said they have been in business since 1984. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Anthony and Pam Garcia, owners of Allied Signs, in Sedalia, prepare to hang the two refurbished Downtown Sedalia signs late Tuesday morning on the southeast corner of West Broadway Boulevard and South Ohio Avenue. The signs were previously located on the streets’ southwest corner, but were moved due to construction of the new urgent care center.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD062216SedaliaSigns-1.jpgAnthony and Pam Garcia, owners of Allied Signs, in Sedalia, prepare to hang the two refurbished Downtown Sedalia signs late Tuesday morning on the southeast corner of West Broadway Boulevard and South Ohio Avenue. The signs were previously located on the streets’ southwest corner, but were moved due to construction of the new urgent care center. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Pam Garcia, of Allied Signs, washes off the posts Tuesday morning that will hold the two Downtown Sedalia signs. “We actually made them 20 years ago,” Anthony Garcia said. “We refurbished them and moved them over to this side of the street.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD062216SedaliaSigns-2.jpgPam Garcia, of Allied Signs, washes off the posts Tuesday morning that will hold the two Downtown Sedalia signs. “We actually made them 20 years ago,” Anthony Garcia said. “We refurbished them and moved them over to this side of the street.” Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Anthony Garcia, of Allied Signs, measures and prepares to install the screws that will hold the west facing Sedalia sign Tuesday. The couple, who had been working in the rain, hoped to finished the installation by noon.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TSD062216SedaliaSigns-3.jpgAnthony Garcia, of Allied Signs, measures and prepares to install the screws that will hold the west facing Sedalia sign Tuesday. The couple, who had been working in the rain, hoped to finished the installation by noon. Faith Bemiss | Democrat
Sedalia signs refurbished, re-installed
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