These two plaques are bestowed upon the worthy team that sells the most "Pioneer Days" Buttons each year. Pioneer Days celebrations include a Parade, Outhouse Races, Cow Chip Bingo, Carnival, Public Displays, Chili Cookoff and much more. Fun is the key word for this event.
This first image was a Sponsorship Plaque from Reach Out Morongo Basin.
This second sample was for a Sgt. that was re-assigned to another post from M.C.A.G.C.C Public Affairs Office.
This project was commissioned by a batallion from Camp Pendleton commemorating their fallen in Iraq. It now hangs on a wall built specifically for this plaque in their main quarterdeck.
The map of Iraq in the back of the structure was cut from a steel plate and painted. The crest is wood with brass banner and collar with hand painted wood logos on each side. The nameplates were laser engraved and mounted between the brass rods