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Seal Beach Lions Club to unveil new sign at Red Car
May 16 @ 4:30 PM - 5:00 PM
The Seal Beach Lions Club recently announced that the old railroad crossing sign that used to stand near the Red Car Museum will be replaced. The old sign was severely damaged by termites.
The Lions will unveil the new sign at 4:45 p.m., Sunday, May 16, at the Red Car Museum on the Greenbelt, next to the Mary Wilson Library.
Seal Beach Lions Nate Kranda (who has excellent carpentry skills) led a group to craft the new railroad crossing sign.
The Seal Beach Lions invite all interested community members to come out to cheer on the unveiling of this new 12-foot high railroad crossing sign.
The Red Car is a part of Seal Beach history. The Lions Club, according to First Fice President Scott Weir Seal Beach, believes that community deserves the long-term preservation of all the community’s historical resources. The Lions Club, according to Weir, is looking forward to working with both the community and city government to reach that end.