Consider honoring a member of the PCHS class of 2020 with a permanent piece of Pulaski County history in the RATCLIFFE TRANSPORTATION BRICK GARDEN. It can be placed under the PCHS Cougar header brick.
The graduating class of 2020 has much to be proud of, and their perseverance, positivity, and resilience are only a few of the qualities that this extraordinary graduating class possesses! The unique sense of comradery that the class of 2020 has displayed during the challenges of COVID-19 will be admired and inspiring for many generations to come!
The Raymond F. Ratcliffe Memorial Transportation Museum’s brick garden is in front of the museum and directly across the street from the historic train depot. The garden is nestled on the corner of Commerce Street and Washington Avenue and is lined with a classic style black metal fence. The lovely landscaping around the garden make the benches inside even more welcoming. Visitors may want to “sit for a spell” or spend some time reading the customized bricks that have been placed in honor or memory of many different people and organizations.
4 x 8 bricks are $100 and can have 3 lines.
8 x 8 are $200 with 6 lines. All the proceeds go directly to the Friends of the Ratcliffe for the operation of The Raymond F. Ratcliffe Memorial Transportation Museum and its story and preservation of our county’s history.
Due to COVID-19, the museum is still currently closed to the public, but brick orders can be made with a credit card by calling the museum at (540)980-2307. Orders can also be placed by mailing a check to:
The Raymond F. Ratcliffe Memorial Transportation Museum
P.O. Box 269
Pulaski, VA 24301
Congratulations to the Pulaski County High School class of 2020! Your community is incredibly proud of your dedication and determination!