October 16, 2021

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new mural celebrates caring for children

LANCASTER — A relatives picnic, a campground and a graduation are between the scenes showcased in a new mural in downtown Lancaster on the facet of the Fairfield County Records Heart on West Chestnut Road, wrapping all over the north-dealing with and west-facing partitions.

The mural was commissioned to rejoice the gains of foster care, with the theme “Foster the Potential.”

David Henwood, the youngster and youth permanency supervisor for Fairfield County Protecting Solutions, reported the mural is aspect of a push by the agency to get additional households associated, and help raise consciousness of the want for fostering young adults. He said the mural was developed and painted by area artists Jon and Spencer Remoquillo, with Remo Remo Design.

“This mural is virtually a spin-off of the mural carried out on the Amstutz Setting up honoring veterans that the county commissioned before this yr. We talked with family members in our system to chat about day-to-day functions, and what would seriously spotlight the method, and what ended up on the partitions are truly highlights for foster families,” Henwood explained. “They clearly show scenes that could possibly be commonplace for regular families, but really clearly show major breakthroughs for our foster households, like sitting down to have evening meal collectively, or even finding to perform sporting activities.”