Oakdale Elementary fifth-graders Sarah Craig, left, and Makaila Manning, both 11, paint banners at the Center for the Arts on Monday. The banners are to be hung from lamp posts along downtown's Main Street and will be displayed on four cubes to be placed in the community. Below, Oakdale Elememtary students Anna Lucas, from left, Stacie Rockholt and Andy Nguyen, all 10, paint banners.
Oakdale Elementary fifth-graders Sarah Craig, left, and Makaila Manning, both 11, paint banners at the Center for the Arts on Monday. The banners are to be hung from lamp posts along downtown's Main Street and will be displayed on four cubes to be placed in the community. Below, Oakdale Elememtary students Anna Lucas, from left, Stacie Rockholt and Andy Nguyen, all 10, paint banners.
Oakdale Elementary fifth-graders Sarah Craig, left, and Makaila Manning, both 11, paint banners at the Center for the Arts on Monday. The banners are to be hung from lamp posts along downtown's Main Street and will be displayed on four cubes to be placed in the community. Below, Oakdale Elememtary students Anna Lucas, from left, Stacie Rockholt and Andy Nguyen, all 10, paint banners.

Art with heart Community banner project to brighten downtown Rock Hill

February 07, 2008 12:34 AM

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