Signs welcoming motorists to the village of Lyons were originally created by Gerry Clingerman 19 years ago to place at each of the village entrances.

Signs welcoming motorists to the village of Lyons were originally created by Gerry Clingerman 19 years ago to place at each of the village entrances. Clingerman was asked by the Lyons Chamber of Commerce and the Main Street Program to reconstruct the signs this year, which he did. The 10-foot poles are pressure treated wood. The sign is 4x6 feet; the lower sign 4x12 and coated with enamel paint and primer. The sign includes the court house, the methodist church and Lock 27 hand-drawn and painted.