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Murals sprout along empty buildings in Lamar

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Posted: Thursday, July 29, 2010 6:43 pm | Updated: 2:09 pm, Fri Dec 28, 2012.

While new businesses have opened in Lamar in the last two years, several empty storefronts still line Main Street. On Monday, some of those buildings got a bit of a facelift as Andrea LaHue turned red, yellow and blue paint into giant flowers on the sides of these vacant buildings.

“It’s a service for the community,” LaHue said as she sketched the beginnings of a lily in yellow on one panel of the McCoy building. “I paint giant flowers to uplift, inspire, beautify and make people smile on a basic level.”

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