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    Hydrant Painting in Lewiston - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Nora Condit, left and Megan Verrill paint a fire hydrant at the corner of Birch and Bartlett Streets in Lewiston Sunday afternoon. They were taking part in the project approved by the city and funded by a grant where local artists painted a dozen hydrants in the Tree Street neighborhood.

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    Cory Tancrede paints a hydrant in front of Lewiston City Hall Sunday afternoon. She and other professional and novice artists painted a dozen fire hydrants throughout the Tree Street neighborhood of downtown Lewiston.

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    Melanie Therrien paints a fire hydrant in front of the Lewiston Police Station Sunday afternoon. She and a group of artists decorated a dozen hydrants in Tree Streets neighborhood in downtown Lewiston. Therrien, a local artist and business owner in the downtown, organized the event with approval of the city and a grant from Healthy Neighborhoods, Growing our Tree Streets. It is the second time this has been done and more are being considered in the future.

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    Hydrant Painting in Lewiston - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Deb Davis paints a fire hydrant on Pine Street in Lewiston Sunday afternoon. "I am not a pro like some of those out here today but I do it for therapy and it's an outlet for my creativity and this is just such a great thing to brighten up the city."

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    Hydrant Painting in Lewiston - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Melanie Therrien paints a fire hydrant in front of the Lewiston Police Station Sunday afternoon. She and a group of artists decorated a dozen hydrants in Tree Streets neighborhood in downtown Lewiston. Therrien, a local artist and business owner in the downtown, organized the event with approval of the city and a grant from Healthy Neighborhoods, Growing our Tree Streets. It is the second time this has been done and more are being considered in the future.

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    Hydrant Painting in Lewiston - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Deb Davis paints a fire hydrant on Pine Street in Lewiston Sunday afternoon. "I am not a pro like some of those out here today but I do it for therapy and it's an outlet for my creativity and this is just such a great thing to brighten up the city."

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