An eight-foot graffiti-style mural painted by children at the Reach Art Center was recently unveiled at the Allen Neighborhood Center. The mural showcased the growing farm-to-table movement in Lansing and resulted from a partnership between the neighborhood center and the Capital Area United Way.
According to excerpts from the article:
The mural is an amalgam of five winning designs and was painted on two, 4-by-8-foot sheets of plywood, Reach's Joy Baldwin said. Nearly three-dozen teens spent about two months on the project, she said.
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