Congratulations to Isabella from Girl Scout Troop 2997 in Henderson County for completing their Girl Scout Silver Award this past year! For Isabella’s project, she teamed up with the city of Hendersonville to create hand-painted murals that each has a message about the importance of conserving water. The murals are currently located within Henderson’s Patton Park and are intended to be visible to visitors. Both murals contain artwork of local and non-local animals of North Carolina and connections to all water sources. The goal of the mural was to spread awareness of the importance of water quality and ensure that people are more cautious about the next time they decide to pollute water sources. Way to go!
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