Tuesday 25th July, 2017
TULSA, Oklahoma - Part of the Kendall-Whittier neighborhood is more colorful thanks to some hard-working volunteers. For years, visitors to Whittier Square enjoyed the sight of dozens of rose bushes.But a disease forced community leaders to remove those rose bushes. This weekend, volunteers stepped in to plant colorful abstract 'flowers' as a neighborhood art project.'We thought, well, we're going to have a whole summer without any color in our flower beds, so why don't we create a little temporary art installation and provide a little bit of color that way,' said Ed Sharrer, Kendall Whitt...
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