Painting created for Fairview Retirement Village to be unveiled today

FINISHING TOUCHES: Belinda Williams and Amanda Humphries preparing to put the final brush strokes on the painting before it is unveiled at Fairview today.

FINISHING TOUCHES: Belinda Williams and Amanda Humphries preparing to put the final brush strokes on the painting before it is unveiled at Fairview today.

After nearly two years in the making, a painting created by nine local artists will be unveiled at Fairview Retirement Village today.

Sunday Afternoon Along the Mehi will be officially unveiled by Moree mayor Katrina Humphries and Federal Member for Parkes Mark Coulton at a special ceremony at Fairview’s James Perry Lodge dining room at 2.30pm today.

The Moree community is invited to attend the unveiling of the four-metre long masterpiece, which has been a whole-of-community project.

Ian Reardon, Annette Coward, Belinda Williams, Kylie McNamara, Janelle Boyd, Jennifer Ryan, Fi Claus, Amanda Humphries, and Margaret Adams volunteered their time to create the beautiful gift which is expected to bring great joy to the residents of Fairview.

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