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MAILBOX SCULPTURE: A Symbol of Community

Updated: Mar 14, 2019

This sculpture is an important element of The Memorial. The cluster of mailboxes is a reminder and a symbol of the community centered around SR 530, C Post Road and Steelhead Drive that was lost to the slide. Artist Louise McDowell has been commissioned to create the piece. Pictured here: top- a photo of the mailboxes before the slide; bottom- a model of the sculpture in progress.

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