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“Founding Mothers” Public Art Honors Women

“Founding Mothers” Public Art Honors Women

On November 6, Vancouver’s Downtown Association (VDA) dedicated Vancouver’s newest public art piece, honoring women who have shaped Vancouver’s community throughout its history and continuing into a bright future. “Founding Mothers” is located at the corner of 6th and Columbia Streets and is visible from the southeast corner of Esther Short Park. See how the 12-foot tall sculpture represents both passion and hard work and how VDA invited the community to be a part of the art in this video:

(Photo above by Marcus Griffith.)

Nikki Klock became co-owner and editor of Vancouver Family Magazine in September 2006. She grew up mainly in the Northwest and graduated from Utah Valley University. She is an avid reader and insists that a book is (almost) always better than a movie. She has lived in Vancouver with her husband, JR, and two daughters since 2003. Check out Nikki's Editor’s Picks here.

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