Capital Seats/100 Years of 4-H

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Bench Name: 100 Years of 4-H

Designers: Horse Force - 4H Horse and Pony Club

Sponsors: 4-H, Zack Saufley, Emporium Inc.

Location: Franklin County Extension Service, Stedmantown Lane

Designers' comments: Horse Force is Franklin County's horse project club with more than 20 members with and without horses. These boys and girls participate in activities throughout the year centering around a horse theme. The bench was painted in large part at Horse Camp and celebrates the unique beginning of 4-H in the United States more than 100 years ago.

The State Journal is publishing photos of the Capital Seats public art project. The Capital Seats public art project is a combined effort of Save the Grand Theatre, Inc., and the Capital Area Art Guild Inc., which have partnered to raise funds to renovate the Grand Theatre in downtown Frankfort into a local community arts center. The Capital Seats project also has been planned to promote the enjoyment of art in the community. On Oct. 9, Save the Grand Theatre, Inc., will reprise its highly successful "Grand Taste of Frankfort" event, at which time the benches will be auctioned to the public. Visit The State Journal Web site at www.state-journal.com and click on the Capital Benches link to see other benches in the project.

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