The "Cuthbert Trio" tagged Bow Ties & Haircuts at 1106 10th Street. Artists (left to right): Lily, Rose and Daisy Cuthbert.
The Coronado Junior Woman's Club put on another outstanding Halloween Window Painting event all over Coronado earlier today. Elementary school students were invited to submit their designs and were selected to paint window fronts at local Coronado businesses. If you aren't familiar with The Coronado Junior Woman's Club, here are a few details from their website:
Mission: Coronado Junior Woman's Club is an active member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, a worldwide organization. The purpose of the Club is to unite together women who are dedicated to enhancing the spirit of Coronado through educational, civic and philanthropic services.
Community Events: CJWC also donates time, hard work and money to the following: Halloween Window Painting, Flower Show, Thanksgiving Coloring contest and baby baskets for military.
Beneficiaries: Coronado Jr. Woman's Club fundraising and hard work has helped with scholarships, playground equipment, girllboy scouts, art, music, drama, athletic programs, library, Sharp Coronado Hospital, Coronado DARE, Coronado Schools, Camp Wamp, San Diego Fisher House, Special Education, Monarch Schools.
Learn more: http://www.coronadojuniorwomans.org/
Be sure to look for the "Halloween Graffiti" as you stroll around town. Here are some photos from the event.
In line to get paint supplies and assignments.
The CJWC did a great job organizing this event.
Volunteers handing out paint.
Let the fun begin at El Cordova Garage (1000 C Avenue).
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