Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Friends of the Coronado Library to Dedicate Mural

“Our Stars Still Shine,” a mural designed to honor the memory of Second Hand Prose (SHP) volunteers who are deceased, will be dedicated on Sunday, August 21, 1­-3pm, in the parking area behind the Coronado Public Library on D Avenue.

CoSA FOLThe wall mural is the result of a partnership with the Coronado School of the Arts (CoSA), and the Friends of the Coronado Library/SHP. SHP Coordinator Sharon Sherman and CoSA art instructor Karrie Jackson worked with students to design and complete the mural.

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Most of the volunteers identified on the mural began with the opening of the SHP Gently Used Book Store in October of 2005.

Guest speakers will include Mayor Casey Tanaka; Christian Esquevin, Director of Coronado Library; and Sharon Sherman. Special guests will include Karrie Jackson; Shane Schmeichel, Director of the CoSA program; and Karl Mueller, new Coronado Unified School District Superintendent. Light refreshments will be served.

150813SecondhandProseandLibrary024Guests attending will include relatives, friends, and/ or acquaintances of deceased volunteers and active SHP volunteers.

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