Lynnville Day on June 17 culminated as a fun day celebrating the city’s deep sense of community pride, history, and leadership. One lifelong resident in particular, Al Terpstra, was recognized for his commitment to Lynnville and the instrumental role he played in the development of the Lynnville ball field, named in his honor. Co-Line played a role in recognizing Terpstra by creating the signage for the field entrance.
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The new signage at Al Terpstra Field was made at Co-Line.[/caption]
As part of an effort to update the field, the area at the top of the ball field with the refurbished Lynnville School bell was landscaped. The Co-Line projects group built the arch, bell frame, and sign posts for the bell. Also, a storyboard there was designed by Stefanie Van Wyk. It explains the history of the Lynnville School, which used to be located at the ball field site.
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Al Terpstra reads the Lynnville School storyboard at the ball field named in his honor. In the back is the school bell, on display with a frame made by Co-Line.[/caption]