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PAINTING MADISON'S HISTORY
Wednesday, June 26, 2013 11:00 AM
Trimble County High School juniors Sidney Gossom, front, and Courtney Clifford use green and yellow paint on a mural project at Crystal Beach on Tuesday, while pool patrons enjoy the sunshine. The mural, which began to take shape in November, and which was scheduled to take six months, has had several setbacks, mainly due to weather delays.
Trimble County Schools art teacher Bonnie Peugeot, of Madison, is leading the project with the help of local high school and college students from both sides of the Ohio River. Peugeot is also a former Crystal Beach lifeguard. Peugeot said the 110-foot long mural will highlight 70 years of Madison's history, focusing on the pool, the riverfront and some notable personalities associated with Crystal Beach.
A portion of the mural, which is being painted on the side of a shed owned by Historic Madison Inc., is expected to be done in time for the 2013 Madison Regatta, with a final completion date set for this fall. (Staff photos by Ken Ritchiefirstname.lastname@example.org)
PHOTOS: PAINTING MADISON’S HISTORY
Another Oklahoma Tornado Relief Drive in Madison Wisconsin
COWs Mobile Storage announces that COWs of Southern Wisconsin and The Coliseum Bar and Banquet will be hosting a local tornado relief event called “Stuff a COW for Oklahoma”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PRLog (Press Release) - Jun. 11, 2013 - MADISON, Wis. -- COWs Mobile Storage is continuing its local donation drive for the Oklahoma tornado relief efforts. The drop off point is located at The Coliseum Bar and Banquet at 232 Olin Avenue in Madison until the end of June OR until the COW is full.
There will be a COWs container in the parking lot and staff inside the Coliseum will be collecting relief items from 11am until 10pm to “Stuff the COW.” Stop by during that time to drop off your donations if you wish to support the cause.
Acceptable donations include: personal hygiene items, household items, cleaning supplies, non-perishable food (no water please), clothing and footwear.
For more information please contact the owner of COWs of Southern Wisconsin: Eric Stewart (262) 490-9887 or email: email@example.com.
The Home of the COWs in Southern Wisconsin is Stewart Storage located at W1247 Industrial Drive Ixonia, WI 53036.
COWs Mobile Storage Dealerships will also be holding collection drives in Lawton OK, Sanford NC, Rockingham NC, Washington DC, Ixonia WI, Milford MA with more to follow.
COWs Mobile Storage is headquartered in Miami Florida. The COWs Dealership program is specifically designed to add mobile storage to a moving or self storage business.
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