updayton Creative Communities group is proud to announce the winner of its Unifying the Divide: Bridge Paint Project is the Dayton Wags.
Their design will be painted on the pedestrian bridge that crosses over US 35 and connects the South Park and the Oregon District.
“The Dayton Wags received an overwhelming number of votes from the community. They were so excited to have been selected,” shared Laura Estandia, updayton Creative Communities project leader. “We can’t wait until we get to take the design from paper to pavement.”
On Saturday, May 5th the updayton Creative Communities team will host a paint-by-number extravaganza to bring the Dayton Wags design to life on the bridge. Creative Communities’ project partner, CityWide Development, is lending a hand with financial support to buy paint supplies. An aerial photo of the completed paint project will be provided by Perfect Perspectives Aerial and posted on the updayton website once the project is completed.
“It’s been an amazing year of effort on this project,” Laura beamed with pride. “I am so proud of our team and can’t wait to celebrate the successful completion of this project on May 5th.”
Be a part of the fun on May 5th by volunteering. We’ve divided tasks up into three action teams-Calcite Cavaliers, Chorus of Color and Lead Liners! Be sure to check the start times and the activity descriptions. Please sign up for only one activity so as many people as possible can participate! We can give you more tasks if spaces do not fill by May 5th.
Any children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
We’re using VolunteerSpot, the leading time-saving online coordination tool, to help us organize this event. Please click the link below to learn more and sign up to help on May 5th.
Also, sign up for our Clean-Up Day on April 28th.
If you would like to sign up for other volunteer opportunities on May 5th, please contact the Creative Communities Team at firstname.lastname@example.org, or click the link here:
Thanks for making a difference!
We’ll see you on the bridge!