Sign Donation

Sign donated by Barlo Signs International of Hudson,  New Hamshire

    When it was decided by the La Salette Associates of Enfield, NH  that they would support a fundraising project to build a school in the name of Bishop Donald L. Pelletier in Madagascar, generosity and kindness poured in from  many different sources.  This picture shows a family in the fishing village of Andika sur Mer with the mother holding a school bell that was presented to La Salette Associate who  retired after many years of teaching at the Enfield Village School and donated by the associate for the Andika sur Mer School  This is just one example of the many generous and kind donations made to honor Bishop Donald L. Pelletier and his 66 years of service as a La Salette Missionary Priest  and Bishop in Madagascar.

     Another generous donation was by  Barlo Signs International located in Hudson, NH.  They  donated the 6” x 24” brushed aluminum sign that would  adorn the school in the Bishop’s name.  Baker Lumber of White River, VT donated the Mahogany used for the sign, and  a associate completed the woodworking, the gold leafing, and the screen printing of the La Salette Cross.  Truly a team effort and story that  was picked up by Signs of the Times, the sign industry’s trade  magazine and published on their electronic news site.  You can view the story at:


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