Meyer Center for Special Children
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|Guild Member Bill Schmidt, MD built and donated a birdhouse for inclusion in items offered in an auction to raise funds for the Meyer Center. The photo below/right shows Guild VP Bruce Rankin presenting the birdhouse to Ryan Thackray, Director of Development, for the Meyer Center.
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||Bill Schmidt with Birdhouse
|| Bruce Rankin (right) presenting
the birdhouse to Ryan Thackray
These are 2 toy chests built by Keith Rackley, Bill Bagwell, and Bill Brett, for the upcoming Meyer Center auction.
Three offices were each equipped with 3 wall cabinets and 4
2 of which contain file drawers, for a total of 21 cabinets. The project
was led by Bill Bagwell, and consisted of Bill Brett, Ron Critser, Ed
Keith Rackley, Jerry Thomas, and Tom Vandiver. As can be seen by the
the Meyer Center staff is quite pleased with the results.
Free-standing hall cubby
Four-door cabinet over sink
Three-door cabinet over sink
Above and beyond the call of duty: Jerry Thomas, Ron Critser, Bill Bagwell
74 "Kids Classic" golf blocks, delivered by Ruth and Darryl Roberson
Equipment racks, Darryl Roberson
Darryl Roberson and his son George built this exercise table. They are shown
above with Meyer Center employees Seline (seated) and Karen.
The below is an excerpt from the Meyer Center Fall 2009
At the Guild's Annual Cookout Meeting, the Meyer Center presented us with this
James Childress and Al Masson were the drivers behind this year's bountiful toy
Some of the toys presented to the Meyer Center
Items for the Physical Training room
Mailbox, built by Bill Bagwell and Danny Goodson
These mirrors were installed prior to July 2008
Benches & Shelves
Meyer Center says "Thank You"
Desk, by Dave Decherd
The guys that helped deliver the furniture to the MC
are: Bill Brett, Bill Keener, Bill Sweetay, Danny Goodson, Darryl
Roberson and Aubrey Rogers (not pictured). They are show above with a
Meyer Center employee.
The Stairs were built by Aubrey Rogers and Darryl Roberson.
The Platform was made by Lyman Campbell (not pictured) and Darryl
The Guild delivered 93 toys to the Meyer
Center this Christmas. The toys were made by many members, and delivered by Ted
Glaus (Santa's helper, and a neighbor of Jim Kilton's)
, Jim Kilton, and Karl Kelly.
We delivered more toys than they have children enrolled. And that's a