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Letters to the editor – Thursday (June 11, 2015)

Many thanks and one correction

The Mural Preservation Inc. thanks the Salisbury Post for the excellent article in Wednesday’s Post about the latest renovation efforts of artists Cynvia Arthur Rankin and Diane Monday, of the mural on Fisher Street.

The Preservation – to thank Wells Fargo Bank, Heather Crawford, for their contributions, which have made this paint season possible. The bank is also hoping to support a return trip by the artists in the fall.

We are now seeking funds to help with this cause. The Post listed a post office box in its article to which contributions can be mailed. We no longer have this post office box. Contributions may be mailed to:

The Mural Preservation Inc.

204 E. Innes St.

Salisbury, NC 28144-5190

This is the Visitors Center, which is helping collect funds. Make checks payable to The Mural Preservation Inc.

Thank you very much, and our special gratitude to Wells Fargo, which hosted the artists, worked around the lift and extended every kindness to the artists while here this hot summer season.

—Janie Allen

Salisbury

Allen is president of The Mural Preservation Inc.

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