CIRCLEVILLE, Ohio (Dimple Times) – The Circleville Walmart has installed a new mural featuring iconic landmarks from the round town area. Customers who visit can see the huge wallpaper near the customer service area.
The gorgeous mural features landmarks such as the pumpkin water tower, the Octagon House, the 100th anniversary of the Pumpkin Show mural painted by Eric Henn, and a couple of individuals standing with a giant pumpkin – all homage to a few of the things that make Circleville so great.
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The mural was part of a contest that was held at the end of last year, where a winner was selected and the final design was placed on display at Walmart in Circleville, Ohio. This was part of a countrywide campaign held by Walmart to help showcase the community in a unique way that showcased local talent.
According to Walmart’s website, the artists chosen for this contest received a $300 stipend.
You can visit the local Circleville Walmart now to see this beautiful mural.
We have reached out to Walmart for comments and more information but have not heard back yet.
To help support the restoration of the Octagon House please contact the Roundtown Conservancy on their website.
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She’s spent most of her life in Circleville, Ohio – which has been a huge inspiration behind a lot of the locations, situations and ideas she has come up with for her different stories over the years.
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