Natalie Hagen and her daughter, Violet, 7, worked on a tribute to hard-working farmers of America for the Nicholasville Paint-the-Town Banner Event on July 20 at the City-County Park. Organizers said 136 artists created 72 banners that will be displayed on Nicholasville’s Main Street in the fall.
Natalie Hagen and her daughter, Violet, 7, worked on a tribute to hard-working farmers of America for the Nicholasville Paint-the-Town Banner Event on July 20 at the City-County Park. Organizers said 136 artists created 72 banners that will be displayed on Nicholasville’s Main Street in the fall. Photos by Jeff McDanald
Natalie Hagen and her daughter, Violet, 7, worked on a tribute to hard-working farmers of America for the Nicholasville Paint-the-Town Banner Event on July 20 at the City-County Park. Organizers said 136 artists created 72 banners that will be displayed on Nicholasville’s Main Street in the fall. Photos by Jeff McDanald

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