New Ashland Mural Connects People to the Lake Walk

Volunteers Create New Mural

There is a new mural in Ashland located inside the Ed Griffith pedestrian pass.

It is over 3,000 square feet and it’s an ecological story of the region.

It provides safe access to the water front and it is filled with mosaic stained glass that was done by different school groups, senior centers and volunteers.

Over 250 people worked on the mural.

Rose Spieler-Sandberg, the Project Organizer, said “People were really supportive of the vision and excited to come together to learn a new skill.”

The mural was started one year ago and it will be officially completed by the end of this week.

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