Greenville unveils new mural trail downtown

Greenville unveils new mural trail downtown

GREENVILLE, Ala. (WSFA) - City and community leaders have officially cut the ribbon on their mural trail in downtown Greenville.

Greenville artist and business owner Stacey Edwards completed the first mural on the wall of the Safe Harbor Children’s Advocacy Center near the police department.

This is Greenville's first downtown mural project, and it’s funded by sponsors in town.
This is Greenville's first downtown mural project, and it’s funded by sponsors in town. (Source: Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce)

Chamber leaders tell WSFA 12 News the locals and visitors can expect to see additional murals once they identify sponsorships.

The sponsors who helped pay for the first ‘Share The Love’ mural were Camellia Communications, the Butler County Commission for Economic Development, Dr, Jean Thompson and Greenville Paint.

The modern twist on Alabama's camellia flower mural in Greenville was signed by the artist, and business owner local resident Stacey Edwards.
The modern twist on Alabama's camellia flower mural in Greenville was signed by the artist, and business owner local resident Stacey Edwards. (Source: Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce)
Greenville's first mural is on the wall of the Safe Harbor Children’s Advocacy Center, which is near the police department downtown.
Greenville's first mural is on the wall of the Safe Harbor Children’s Advocacy Center, which is near the police department downtown. (Source: Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce)

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