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New giant mural at Madison Elementary will greet returning students this fall

MADISON – When students return to campuses in August, they will notice a few differences, especially at Madison Elementary School. Chris Denenny of Grandeur Graffiti and Arts of Madison has been working on a giant mural he is painting in the Madison Elementary cafeteria.

The hornet is the school’s mascot and part of a much larger scene being painted along the back wall that incorporates a historic symbol of Madison along with a signature feature of the school.

Denenny attended the school in his youth and has a child who will soon be enrolled there. The finished mural will be a colorful and compelling addition to the cafeteria,

School officials said thay are very thankful to the Madison PTA which raised money last year for school improvements, including the mural.

Grandeur Graffiti and Arts does murals, street art, pet portraits and other types of paintings.

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