November 28, 2012
The YMCA is a fantastic organization with a rich history. On the East Side of Evansville, just off the I-164 bypass is the Lowell and Helen Dunigan Family YMCA. Since opening in 2005, its popularity and reputation as a family-friendly health-oriented facility has grown right along with its list of services.
This afternoon was the official opening of its latest expansion project. With an extra 20,000 sq ft filled with new equipment, the Dunigan YMCA is poised for further growth. We get excited when we see organizations like this expanding their facilities and their services. It’s good for the community. You can see the full list of new services and opportunities on the YMCA of Southwestern Indiana website.
Following are a few of the signs that we did for the new expansion project. We’re proud of the good that the YMCA does in our community and we’re proud to have been involved in this project.
Everything from the big white logo and mission statement to the signs telling you which hallway to go down for which activities were a part of the new expansion signage.
YMCA Donor Wall
Donor walls are a pretty common thing to see in volunteer-driven and non-profit organizations like the YMCA. Donor walls are a public way for the organization to thank people and other businesses for their support.
YMCA Directional Signs
A whole slew of directional signs are needed to help members and visitors know which way to go to get to their exercise class, changing rooms or meeting rooms.
Changeable banner frames
These banner frames are a great way to advertise upcoming events, current signup opportunities and new classes.