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S. Washington mural ribbon

Despite delays due to spring rains, area high school students are nearing completion on a mural off South Washington Avenue in Pulaski.
A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held Tuesday, June 9 to officially dedicate the wall and recognize those who have worked to make it a reality.
The event will begin at 2 p.m. at the wall, 200 South Washington, and will be followed by a reception at the gazebo in Jackson Park. The public is invited to attend the event.
Artists will be present and Mayor Jeff Worrell will address the crowd.
Pulaski County High School art teacher Tammy Parks headed up the project, which was painted by PCHS art students.
The mural was painted on a cinderblock wall on property owned by Murphy Rental LLC. The town cleaned and covered it with a coat of white paint in preparation for the art project.
The property owner has offered to donate the lot to the town, but the town is in the process of making sure there are no environmental issues prior to accepting the offer. The owner gave permission for painting of the mural.

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S. Washington mural ribbon

Despite delays due to spring rains, area high school students are nearing completion on a mural off South Washington Avenue in Pulaski.
A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held Tuesday, June 9 to officially dedicate the wall and recognize those who have worked to make it a reality.
The event will begin at 2 p.m. at the wall, 200 South Washington, and will be followed by a reception at the gazebo in Jackson Park. The public is invited to attend the event.
Artists will be present and Mayor Jeff Worrell will address the crowd.
Pulaski County High School art teacher Tammy Parks headed up the project, which was painted by PCHS art students.
The mural was painted on a cinderblock wall on property owned by Murphy Rental LLC. The town cleaned and covered it with a coat of white paint in preparation for the art project.
The property owner has offered to donate the lot to the town, but the town is in the process of making sure there are no environmental issues prior to accepting the offer. The owner gave permission for painting of the mural.

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