Walldog preparations heating up

Plymouth Walldogs activities are beginning to heat up. Just some of the activities so far this week.

Jim Benson has been prepping walls. The Art Center, Cain's Bridle Wreath, Edward Jones Building, Cheese Derby Parade, Fibber McGee's and Cheese Exchange walls are seeing white primer at this time.

Mel Meyer has his wall prepped for the Hi-Ho Soda Mural.

The last of the temporary wooden frameworks was constructed Saturday with the help of volunteers.

Seven of the murals require aluminum panels. All the panels have been mounted and are ready to be painted on all seven mural sites.

Four thousand bottles of water are to be distributed to the artists during the event.

A total of 103.5 gallons of latex sign paint from Nova Color in California is scheduled to arrive in Plymouth Wednesday afternoon.

Some 20 gallons of One Shot oil base sign paint was to arrive Tuesday.

One hundred gallons of primer paint has been acquired from Sherwin Williams.

Over 100 5-gallon pails with lids will be delivered to the DOG HOUSE (American Legion Hall, Stafford Street).

One thousand Paint Pal containers are at the DOG HOUSE for use by the artists to mix and store paint during the event.

One thousand two hundred fifty wooden paint sticks are at the DOG HOUSE.

One thousand tin cans will be arriving at the DOG HOUSE for use by the artists.

Twenty-four ice coolers are now at the DOG HOUSE.

Scaffolding is being gathered for the event at this time.

Six more large cable reels (spools) have arrived at Ace Supply & Rental, delivered by Frontier Communications. They indicate five more will be coming later this week. These will be used as paint-work tables at each site.

The One Shot oil paint has arrived and will be stored at Ace Supply & Rental.

Two thousand copies of the Plymouth Review's 28-page Walldogs Keepsake publication have been donated for committee’s use. Subscribers receive their complimentary copy in Thursday's mail from the Review.

At the Walldogs event, the Plymouth Woman’s Club will be offering people the opportunity to take their photo with the above cutout by Jim Hawley as a souvenir of this historic event. All monies raised will be used to purchase AED/CPR training equipment for Plymouth Ambulance and the community.

The fee for the photo is on a donation basis.

The woman’s club will also be selling homemade dog biscuits. Proceeds from this sale will be split 50/50 with Gentle Hands Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation in Cascade and the woman’s club. The woman’s club will use the monies to support more community projects. Watch for caramel corn sellers as well.

The club will be in the parking lot east of the library entrance in the children's area.


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