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June 6 & 7 Mural Painting at Waco Charter School

We will work on the Waco History mural at the Waco Charter School, 615 N 25th Street, beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday and at 1:30 p.m. Sunday. Come either or both days. Wear painting clothes and bring 1" or smaller brushes and margarine tubs for paint. The paint will be supplied. Your help will be appreciated, and it's fun as well.


Many Days in the Summer - Mural Painting at the Waco Charter School

We got a start May 30, and made more progress on June 7, 11 and 24. Work has continued on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, beginning at 10 am. To get in on the fun, check with Nancy Cagle (754-4416). The photos here were taken on or before June 11.



The suspension bridge being sketched by Don Magid, painted by Bill Franklin (painting was also done by Nancy Cagle), and more or less complete



Pat Blackwell, Judy Franklin, and Nancy Cagle sketching, and the ALICO building nearly done. Sketches of the Dr. Pepper building and the Mammoth were done on paper pending approval of their placement by Mr. Glinski.


Additional photos taken June 29, courtesy of Bill Foster and the Waco Citizen, show Ellen Foster and Robert Glinski with the bridge, and Ellen with the Dr. Pepper Museum. Not shown are photos that appeared in the Waco Tribune-Herald on July 6, including one of Gloria Meadows painting the mammoth.


Additional photos by Myrl Luper and Gloria Meadows show Don Magid and Bobbee Watts sketching, Myrl Luper and Robert Glinski drawing a grid, the Mayborn Museum, the Texas Ranger Museum and The Cameron Park Zoo.


Also, the McLennan County Courthouse, the Waco Suspension Bridge, the Mammoth, and Baylor statue and bear. Although she is not shown, Gloria Meadows has done a lot of animal painting.


The mural is still unfinished.



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