Storefront signage mini-grant to Meythaler Photography

Dan and Britt Meythaler of Meythaler Photography received a $500 grant towards the new signage for their business, located at the intersection of E. State and N. Chestnut Sts.

The storefront signage mini-grant is a project of Jefferson Matters: Main Street’s design committee along with financing partner Rotary Club of Jefferson.

Pictured are (from left) Peg Raney and Nick Sorensen representing Main Street, Dan and Britt Meythaler with sons Grayson and Cooper, and Adam Pedersen and Carol Durbin of the Jefferson Rotary Club.

The Meythaler Photography logo was created when the business first opened in Jefferson in 2015, but the signage was fabricated later by Shane Olson of Olson Iron Works in Churdan. The sign lights up at night and mirrors the rustic yet glamorous interior of the studio.

Meythaler Photography was one of the 13 buildings involved in the façade rehabilitation in 2017 through the city of Jefferson’s community development block grant.

Creative and unique signage that reflects the business and fits the space of the façade is the goal of the design committee in offering this mini-grant program. Unger Insurance has also received this grant funding for its new signage.

There are still funds available for projects approved by the design committee. For more information or the application, visit www.jeffersonmatters.org under Resources, or contact director [at] jeffersonmatters [dot] org

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