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Mr. And Mrs. Naperville
7-foot tall sculptural tribute to Harold and Margaret Moser.
Faith, Hope and Charity
The mural includes the names of 12 famous American masons on one side, and 12 well-known Naperville masons on the other including city founder Joe Naper. Two large portraits dominate the mural -- on one side stands George Washington, one of 14 U.S Presidents who were Masons, and on the other side, Joe Naper. An 18" border painted to simulate wood and rope shows how masons are tied together around the world.
Parade of the Century
Mural shows a parade across time beginning in 1900 (which is in sepia tone) and continuing through the end of the 20th century (where the mural switches to black and white).
A Whale of a School
The concrete whale, with a head almost nine feet high and a tail raised five feet in the air, is a testament to Highlands Elementary slogan, 'A whale of a school'. The whale is a symbol of school pride and connection between students of past, present and future.
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October 23, 2014
Sawmill sculpture provides 'right element' for Naperville nature center
September 17, 2014 — Source: Daily Herald — Author: Marie Wilson
Park Board gives nod to sawmill sculpture aid
September 15, 2014 — Source: Naperville Sun — Author: David Sharos
Art group dedicating 'Naperville Loves a Parade' mural
August 30, 2014 — Source: Daily Herald — Author: Marie Wilson