Mural Dedication

Photos by Cheyenne Boone/The Herald
Kent Reyling of Jasper poses for a photograph in front of a community mural on the Kerstiens Building in Jasper on Saturday. "I wanted to come out and support the kids," Reyling said. "This is an amazing thing." Reyling is a member of the Jasper Community Arts Commission Board. The Jasper Mayor's Youth Leadership Council dedicated the mural on Saturday.

 

Deisy Sandoval of Jasper, center, cuts a ribbon to celebrate the dedication of a mural to the community on the Kerstiens Building in Jasper on Saturday. Sandoval is the president of the Jasper Mayor's Youth Leadership Council.

 

Deisy Sandoval, left, and Ben Kizior, both of Jasper, pose for a photograph in front of a community mural on the Kerstiens Building in Jasper on Saturday.

 

Elizabeth Wertman of Holland stands in front of a community mural she painted on the Kerstiens Building in Jasper on Saturday. "It was just an amazing process," Wertman said. "It was really needed during this time."



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