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Give a Personalized Brick to your Graduate!

Submitted by Panhandle State Foundation on 04/10/2017

Personalized bricks are now available through Panhandle State Foundation for $50.00 and make a thoughtful and unusual gift for Panhandle State graduates. This gift will stand the test at time on the hollowed grounds of Panhandle State and leave the graduates “mark” at Oklahoma Panhandle State Univesity. Panhandle State Foundation will send a special notification of your gift including the inscription on the brick to the graduate. We will be placing an order soon, so get your order in now!

Personalize the brick with the student’s name, nickname, hometown, graduation year, major, sport participation, jersey number, club participation and/or popular slogan or meaningful phrase.

Mary Jones              2017 Robert “Bob” Smith          John Doe - Guymon
Accounting - SB       Go Aggies-FB #23                    Ag Business - 2017
Guymon, OK            Business Admin. ‘17                 We are Panhandle!

Personalized Brick Order Form
Please fill in the name or phrase exactly as you wish to have it appear on your brick. You have the option of using up to three lines of 18 spaces each. If you use UPPER CASE or lowercase, the text will be laser engraved in UPPER CASE or lowercase. You may also use numbers in the inscription. Spacing between words is considered a character. Punctuation does require a space. All text will be automatically centered on the brick. All brick purchases are tax-deductible. Bricks will be placed at the east end of the Science and Ag Building.

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Send the completed order form and check or money order to:
Panhandle State Foundation
PO Box 430
Goodwell, OK 73939


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