Woodmore-CAGE (Communities Achieving Goals for Extracurricular) unveiled a memorial wall on Friday, Oct. 28 to honor Gary Zajac and the CAGE Kick-Off Club members. The memorial is located in the new stadium entrance building at the high school.
This memorial was donated by Fremont Federal Credit Union and dedicates the new entry building to Zajac, who passed away in May of this past year.
The memorial also includes a list of donors who donated $500 or more between 2004-06, which was the kick-off for the CAGE organization.
“Gary Zajac was an admired and well respected member of the Fremont Federal Credit Union family. He had a genuine concern for the well-being of others and was always willing to lend a helping hand whenever needed. His infectious smile, jovial laugh, caring way and friendship have been missed greatly,” said Tony Camilleri, CEO of Fremont Federal Credit Union.
The wall was created by Partners in Recognition of Ft. Loramie, Ohio and is completely custom-made out of precision cut layers of acrylic.
“This memorial is truly a piece of art and is fitting to the dedication that Gary and our donors have shown to
CAGE,” said Vicki Selhorst, CAGE communications officer.
For more information about Woodmore-CAGE or to make a donation, please visit www.woodmorecage.com.
(Article by press release reprinted from school newspaper Window to Woodmore with permission.)