Some Of The Mid Day's Good News:
YHS Gets New Digital Marquee
Great, digital signage for the Crims has been placed in front of Snider auditorium.
“It is digital, which means there will be scrolling messages, said YHS Principal Faith Klostreich. “Because it is digital we can also include pictures — photos of activities or graphics.”
The new sign, which cost well over $10,000, replaces a previous marquee donated by the YHS graduating class of 1951. Most of the money for the new marquee was raised during the YHS centennial celebration a few years ago.
“We are so fortunate to have a majority of funding come from the funds that were raised during the 100 years celebration” by Yuma High alumni and other area residents, Klostreich said.
“We are just so pleased they were able to make that happen and create those funds.”
Read more in the Yuma Sun article by Chris McDaniel and see full size photos by Craig Fry.
Alas! For that day is great, so that none is like it; and it is the time of Jacob's trouble, but he shall be saved out of it.
Just because the Church will not go through the Tribulation is no reason to take these signs lightly. We should be even more motivated to share the Gospel with those destined for that great time of trouble.
We are not to require "signs," but we are to regard signs.