Carousel of Dreams gets painted

Tri-City HeraldNovember 14, 2013 

Carousel of Dreams

Colleen Thornton, from left, Laurie Laverentz and Linda Strecker, all volunteers with the Gesa Carousel of Dreams foundation, Thursday work on painting detail pieces on some of the18 rounding boards of the historic ride. Volunteers have two or three weeks of painting and carpentry work left before the pieces are transported to the carousels permanent location at the Southridge Sports Complex in Kennewick. A complete rounding board can be seen at the bottom of this photograph featuring the work of Tri-Cities photographer John Clements.

RICHARD DICKIN — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

Colleen Thornton, from left, Laurie Laverentz and Linda Strecker, all volunteers with the Gesa Carousel of Dreams project, work on painting detail pieces Thursday on some of the 18 rounding boards, featuring photographs by Tri-City photographer John Clements. Volunteers have two or three weeks of painting and carpentry work left before the pieces are taken to the carousel’s permanent location at the Southridge Sports Complex in Kennewick.

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