Mural project

Hannah Redmiles, 13, second from right, and her sister Madison Redmiles, 15, right, came from Hampden in Baltimore City to work with many other volunteers to paint murals at the Dog Adoption Center of the Baltimore Humane Society. Volunteers came to the Baltimore Humane Society Sunday to paint a mural on the front of the Pet Adoption Center to make the plain cinder block building more welcoming. The mural was sponsored by Temple Emanuel of Baltimore, under the supervision of artist Jay Wolf Schlossberg-Cohen.

( Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun / June 2, 2013 )

Hannah Redmiles, 13, second from right, and her sister Madison Redmiles, 15, right, came from Hampden in Baltimore City to work with many other volunteers to paint murals at the Dog Adoption Center of the Baltimore Humane Society. Volunteers came to the Baltimore Humane Society Sunday to paint a mural on the front of the Pet Adoption Center to make the plain cinder block building more welcoming. The mural was sponsored by Temple Emanuel of Baltimore, under the supervision of artist Jay Wolf Schlossberg-Cohen.

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