Foundation will sell single bricks from Grimes Mill

  • Posted: Wednesday, February 6, 2013 3:56 p.m.

SALISBURY — If 250 bricks are too many, but you’d still like a piece of Grimes Mill history, Historic Salisbury Foundation can help.

Starting Feb. 18, history buffs can buy a single brick from historic Grimes Mill, which burned down last month. The Foundation will continue to sell pallets of 250 bricks for $100, which have been popular as well.

“We have had a large response to the brick sale,” said Brian Davis, executive director for Historic Salisbury Foundation.

The foundation also will offer single bricks with a commemorative plaque. They are not available yet, and price has not been determined.

Read details about the brick sale in Thursday’s Post.

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