Steele Creek Child Center wanted a logo that represented diversity and had the Arc in it. After showing them various illustrations, the one that worked best in one color was selected. Child Development logo - 3 custom ideas - www.hibiscusclt.com
Steele Creek: McCleary, Robert (1791) Another nice example of the "Bigham" style of stonecarving. During the late 18th and early 19th Centuries, the Bigham Family carved tombstones in Mecklenburg County, NC. They had a very distinctive style and are easy to spot. This one is located at Steele Creek Presbyterian Church Cememtery.
King's Mill or Vincent's Mill, Shipley, West Sussex, England is a smock mill built in 1879 which has been restored. It was built by Messrs Grist & Steele, the Horsham millwrights. Machinery from a windmill at Coldwaltham is believed to have been incorporated in the mill. The mill worked commercially until 1926, latterly by a steam engine. It was bought in 1906 by Hilaire Belloc, who owned it until his death in 1953. King's Mill was restored as a memorial to Belloc soon after his death.