Each of the above bricks was purchased by an individual, family or community group in Phase 2 of the community center’s “buy-a-brick” project, which began last winter. “The bricks are not just memorials,” said project organizer Carolyn Sullivan. “You can buy a brick for a pet, a church group, a business, a family or a child.” Each brick is designed by the purchaser and printed with a personal message and/or image. Sullivan is currently taking orders for Phase 3, which will be installed in the fall. Order forms may be picked up in the community center lobby, or placed online at www.thatsmybrick.com/mvmg. Proceeds from the buy-a-brick project will go toward purchasing a generator to provide electricity to the community center in the event of a power outage, Sullivan said.