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The library at Fulton Junior High School is getting magnificent and colorful artwork to brighten up its walls.
Art teacher Amanda Hurlbutt and 13 art students have been working on the project which is a bright 32′ x 6â€™ beautiful piece of artwork.
It will depict the words “Fulton Junior High School” and have several characters and pictures that relate to books.
It will hang on one of the massive walls and definitely add ‘character’ to the large library.