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Kids, young and old, make mural tiles

As preparation for Comcast Cares Day on Saturday, April 26, kids, old and young, were invited to create tiles, which will be installed at the Silver City Rec Center. Diana Ingalls-Leyba, who offered the L&I Arts facility for the project, said the theme was Playful Gardens, and would feature silhouette tiles of area students, as well as a garden as the base of the mural. Artist Jun Chen oversaw the activities in the window room, where passers-by could watch the action and come in to make a tile themselves.

Photos by Mary Alice Murphy

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