CCC developed landmarks in your area can be highlighted through the placement of a CCC Worker Statue
Beginning in 1995, CCC statues have been placed across the nation. The program began through the effort of CCC alumnus Rev. Bill Fraser, Chapter #129 of Grayling, MI, and the first statue was placed at Higgins Lake State Park, MI.
In 2016, CCC Legacy acquired the statue molds and is now the source to purchase of the CCC Worker Statue.
The CCC Worker State program is the most visible nation-wide interpretive effort undertaken by the former NACCCA organization and CCC Legacy continues the effort to encourage the placement of a statue in every state.
Statue Order Information
Statue Cost: $22,000.
Shipping costs are additional and are determined by the distance from your location to the studio in Michigan.
A signed contract and one-half of the payment is required before casting will begin
The second half and shipping cost is required before the statue will be shipped
If the purchaser does not have a 501(c)3 IRS designation, sales tax is also included.
Allow approximately 3 months for delivery after the last payment is made. Statues are routinely shipped by common carrier.
CCC Legacy is open to discussions regarding assisting advocates with providing a resource to accept tax-deductible donations for their donors.
• The Statue is 6 feet tall
• Weights 460 pounds
• The statue base is a matter of personal preference and takes many forms. To see a diagram for the construction of a pedestal base as pictured to the left click here. CCC Worker Statue Pedestal Base.
• Plaques and interpretive signage is the responsibility of the purchaser.
Preliminary purchase information can be obtained from the CCC Legacy office in Edinburg, VA.
CCC Legacy website is published in honor of Mary Halbert of St. Paul, MN, who passed away on March 23, 2015
Her generous support continues to enhance the awareness of CCC heritage.