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Tuesday evening, Linda and Dan Wehr from the Jasper German Club along with other members of the

local organization, were capturing pictures of the very last details being placed on the new mural at the corner of Newton Street and 6th Street, that was being finished by  Michael Smith a mural artist from Orange Moon Art Studio out of Evansville.

Mr. Wehr explains on what sort of impact this mural can create for the city of Jasper.


Linda and Dan Wehr were recipients of the 2004  German Heritage Award. The German Heritage Award is presented to an individual(s) or group who has generously contributed time, talents, or resources to maintaining, improving, or building upon the German heritage in Dubois County.

According to the German Club this recognition is open to anyone who gives what they can in order to make a difference.

Mr. Wehr also encourages the public to attend the dedication to this mural and explains the connection between Jasper and the Sister City partnership with Pfaffenweiler, Germany.

The dedication will take place during Strassenfest activities this Saturday, August 6th at 11 in the
morning at the corner of Newton Street and 6th Street by the large mural, you can’t miss it.


Mural Artist- Michael Smith from the Orange Moon Art Studio out of Evansville.

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