History Slides Home

In June 2015, How Charming Photography contacted Janette Evans (with the You’ll Like Linton Sign Committee) on how to keep one of the historic ‘Signs’ within the city. The concept was to keep this piece history “home”.  After a number of consults, the sign was officially donated on July 14, 2015 to How Charming Photography.

The first phase was completed fall 2015. Personalized Bricks were advertised for sale starting August 11, 2015 and concluded February 20, 2016 to rest at the base of the sign – placing YOUR family, business, personal name, etc. on this piece of history. These bricks were laid on March 26, 2016 by James Stone, Terry Graves, Rick Templeton, and assisted by Josh Templeton, Bryan Wilson, and Trevor Wilson.

This ‘You’ll Like Linton’ sign was placed at the Linton Youth League Sports Complex on Thursday, April 14.

This HCP Community Outreach Initiative titled “History Slides Home” is for those who play, coach and the many families and community members who support the youth at this new sports complex facility.

Funds received from the selling of these bricks benefit both the ‘You’ll Like Linton’ Committee (to assist in the purchase of the third sign) AND the ‘Linton Youth League ’ will also receive a monetary donation from the proceeds as well.


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Sign concrete footers poured by Precision Concrete on October 21, 2015

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Brick Examples were placed at the following locations.
We thank them for their support:
Baesler’s Market / May’s Floral of Linton
HWY 54 Motors and Towing
Dyer Law
Linton Sporting Goods
Shields Hardware & Supply
Linton-Stockton Chamber of Commerce
Midwest Satellite

Special Thanks Also Goes to:

Bender Lumber Co. of Linton
Lyons Veterans Memorial Committee
Jeremy Ferree of FLH Mill, LLC.
James Stone
Kyle Eslinger, Ricky Templeton, Josh Templeton
Bryan Wilson
Bob and Janette Evans
Terry Graves
and to all who purchased bricks


 A Check was presented in the amount of $1,390 to Janette Evans, Pride in the Park Board President on June 23, 2016. This is one of two checks presentation on behalf of the History Slides Home Project, coordinated by How Charming Photography. Money received will benefit new Humphreys Park Playground Equipment.


This is the second of two presentations made by How Charming Photography. A Check was presented in the amount of $1,390 to the Linton Youth League on June 29, 2016.

Money received paid for the sign concrete and gravel projects. Accepting on behalf of the League are Rickey Templeton and Kyle Eslinger.

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