Safe Harbor, Safety Decals create signs honoring high school grads.

May 1, 2020

Safe Harbor, Safety Decals create signs honoring high school grads.

By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief.

LUDINGTON — Today, the high school seniors of Mason County are being honored with the delivery of signs to their yards. Over 500 signs were made honoring the seniors of Ludington High School, Mason County Central, and Mason County Eastern. The signs were donated by Safe Harbor Credit Union and Safety Decals.

“We thought this would be a fantastic way to show our support to the senior classes for all the time they’ve invested in their respective school systems,” said Kyle Gurzynski, executive vice president of Safe Harbor CU. “This class is experiencing something that can teach them a lot about dealing with adversity during uncertain times. They’ve made their lasting impression and it’s now time for them to conquer their next challenge, wherever that may take them. We are excited to see them all succeed.”

Each of the high school principals, along with other representatives from area schools, were present at Safe Harbor to pick up the signs Friday morning and deliver them to each graduating senior.

“We are very thankful to Safe Harbor Credit Union and Safety Decals,” said LHS Principal Dan Mesyar. “These kids have had their ceremony taken away from them and this is just a kind gesture on the part of these local businesses.”

Jeff Tuka, principal of Mason County Central, and Dr. Mark Forner, principal of Mason County Eastern, echoed Mesyar’s comments.

“All three schools have worked together to talk how we can honor the seniors,” Tuka said. “I know this does not make up for commencement, but we want the kids to know how much we appreciate them and care for them.”

“We are very thankful to Safe Harbor and Nick Tykosky of Safey Decals for their dedication to this community and their thoughtfulness,” Forner said.
Anyone from the public who would like to receive a sign may request a sign here:

Safe Harbor is also offering a $1,000 scholarship to one senior from each high school, LHS, MCC, and MCE. Students interested in applying for the scholarship need to complete a case study being conducted by Safe Harbor. The student may contact his/her school advisor or principal for more information.

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