THE BERWICK HISTORICAL SOCIETY (H1) 

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 THE BERWICK HISTORICAL SOCIETY (H3)

 

 THE BERWICK HISTORICAL SOCIETY (H4)

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 THE BERWICK HISTORICAL SOCIETY (H6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gold Headline Bar Offset To Pearce the Gold Left Border

The Above is an H3 with this style added via the source:  style="margin-left:-40px;padding:10px;background-color:#fff;"

 

 This is a demo of how to use the gold left border with dots.  It is accomplished by surrounding  the text and images in the content area with this code 

<div class="fevents"><span class="dot" style="left-margin:-15px">&nbsp;</span>

     <div> Stuff Goes here.</div>
      <p><span class="dot" style="left-margin:-15px">&nbsp;</span></p>

</div>

It is often easier to make a copy of an article that has the look you want assign it to the sandbox page then simply edit the text and replace the images.  When edits are complete simply change the Pagename of the article to the Pagename where you want it to appear.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 These are the Gold Divider bar images.  Plain above and with end dots below.  Width should be set to Percentages and images centered.  Use Insert Image and browse server and select the image in the article where you want the divider.  You can also create an article with just the divider image as was done in article 33 on the Home Page

 

 

 

 

  

 

Legacy Gifts

 

 

Legacy Gifts Provided To The Berwick Historical Society

Thank you for the following Legacy Gifts:

The Dorothy Bittenbender Estate
The Donald Rau Estate
The Gerald Kershner Estate
The William E Selden Estate
The David A. Sadock Foundation

Please consider The Berwick Historical Society in your testementary arrangements 
 

 Legacy Giving, What is it?

Legacy giving, sometimes generally referred to as “planned giving,” is a donation made by an individual through a will or other formal designation. Legacy gifts are typically prepared with a financial planner and are meant to reflect the values and desires of the donor. As the name suggests, most donors want to leave a legacy or memory of their life through their posthumous giving.
 
In most cases, a legacy gift is made upon someone’s death, but not always. Legacy giving can take a number of forms, including recurring donations that begin while the donor is alive and continue after they’re deceased. And legacy gifts don’t have to be monetary, either. They can include material goods, property, stocks—anything that’s of value to the beneficiary.