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Weir Cook Memorial 

2020 Community Day shirt

2020 Weir Cook Memorial Community Day shirt


First 50 sold will recieve a free dash plaque

Performance Shirt

100% Polyester

Dry Zone 


Tag free

All shirts are in light gray

Adult sizes: XS to 4XL

Cost-$24.00 shipping free

Can pick up-Leave phone number in message box for arrangements.

(Larger sizes upon request- cost is $4.00 extra )

Funds raised goes to helping veterans & our 2021 Cruise-In

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We use PayPal because it is a more secure way to shop online. The data is encrypted for extra protection against fraud and identity theft. 

To purchase a shirt use drop down tab to select size- then hit the cart button to go to pay-pal check out.

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Alittle about the artist:

Hailing from Huntsville, Alabama, James Green joined the U.S. Army immediately after graduating from Lee High School in 1977. Enlisting to be an airborne infantryman, he served most of his military career in the 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions. After serving in the first Persian Gulf War with the 101st Airborne, he was first an Army recruiter, and then later he was assigned to the Range Division at Yakima Training Center, Yakima, Washington. Here he became the Range Safety NCO and Non-Commissioned Officer-in-Charge of the Range Division, where he served until his retirement from the Army in January of 1999.

His creativity from an early age remained with him throughout his Army career and led to his pursuit of art, illustration, photography, model building, and writing as an avocation during his time as a professional soldier. This led him to become a regular author for FineScale Modeler magazine and an occasional contributor to the IPMS Journal. During his time at Yakima Training Center leading up to his retirement,

James Green: Freelance artist & illustrator specializing in aviation, military and railroad art, portraits and figure art, avian art, and most anything else. You can find him at James Green Fine Art on Facebook.


Custom apparel company owner:

Rob Burkhart, a retired U.S. Army Military Police First Sergeant and owner of Graphics 55. My wife Suzie, is my partner and handles most of the orders. Graphics 55 was first created in 2007, when my (then) teenage son wanted a summer job. I had suggested he start a screen printing business, and since his football jersey was #55, we incorporated his number into the business’ name.

Since its inception, Graphics 55 has grown into a custom apparel company specializing in embroidery, screen printing, sublimation, custom vinyl heat transfers and custom heat applied transfers on just about anything you can think of – limited by only your imagination. If we can stitch it, we can Graphics 55 it!  You can find them on Facebook - Graphics 55

Were always thankful for your support.

Due to the new working environment and the over whelming support for our shirt shirts could take up to 3 weeks or less.  We will do our best to get them out as fast as we can.

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