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Art in Arnold Building window is just a start on much bigger plan

It's part of a much bigger plan
About: Fall Art Downtown Columbia KY

By Ellen Zornes, L.E.A.D. Adair County

The widow art on the Dr. Ben Arnold was completed to be ready for Treats on the Town, but it is part of a much bigger campaign sponsored by L.E.A.D. Adair County.

The idea is to give a facelift to our vacant buildings on the square to help beautify our downtown area. Also, by involving our young people, it helps foster pride in their community as they will become our future leaders.

Ms. Debra Wimmer, ACHS art teacher, said that several people stopped by to encourage them and they even received a donation. We appreciate Dr. Ben Arnold allowing us the use of his building.

Keep an eye on the Square and downtown buildings as you may very well see several vacant windows come to life through the work and talents of Adair County and Lindsey Wilson College students.

This story was posted on 2009-10-31 11:49:42
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