On Friday, UVA Today’s Robert Hull had the story of the completion of the complex Lawn chimney safety project, which was marked with a luncheon for about 20o of the people who were directly involved.
To share a footnote from the lunch, the workers were each given T-shirts. On the front was the obligatory Jefferson quote (“If our house be on fire, we must try to extinguish it,” which probably had a less literal meaning when T.J. wrote it). On the back was this graphic designed by Sarita M. Herman of U.Va.’s Geospatial Resource Center and James Zehmer, Chimney Repair & Sprinkler Installation Project Manager:
Thanks for a job well done, ladies and gentlemen.
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