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Arab eyesore becomes work of art

Students painted the wall of a condemned building in Arab. Students painted the wall of a condemned building in Arab.
ARAB, AL (WAFF) -

A downtown Arab eyesore will soon be one of the most talked about attributes of the city.

Art students from Arab High School worked on a wall mural Tuesday that they started working on Sunday.

The wall adjoins a condemned building which was torn down in recent months.

Mayor Bob Joslin thanked the students and the merchants who paid for the materials.

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