Lebanon Reporter

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August 23, 2012

Mural overpowers graffiti on Lions Club Park bridge

Zionsville —  Residents who walk along the nature trail in Lions Park under the Sycamore Street (old Indiana 334) bridge can be happy that some of the graffiti is finally gone.

Zionsville residents Becca Hallstedt and Eamon Breen have replaced some of the unsightly markings with a large mural of a lion’s head.

Hallstedt, a freshman industrial design student at the University of Cincinnati, said the project started after they wanted to do a mural at Robert Goodman Jewelers.

For the rest of this story see the Aug. 24 issue of The Lebanon Reporter.

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