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Mural created by Lowell High School students to be unveiled July 11
Mural created by Lowell High School students to be unveiled July 11

LOWELL, Mich.—A mural created by 11 Lowell High School students will be introduced to the public next month.

The North County Trail Mural Project began May 21, when the students teamed up with Grand Rapids artist Erwin Erkfitz to design, build and paint three large outdoor murals reflecting the mission of the North County Trail Association.  The murals will be installed on the outer walls of the NCTA’s national headquarters, located at 229 East Main St. in downtown Lowell. 

The mural project ribbon cutting will take place Thursday, July 11 at 5:30 p.m.  As part of the ceremony, the City of Lowell will be officially named a NCTA Trail Town.  Michigan is currently home to four Trail Towns, including Middleville, Kalkaska, St. Ignace and Petosky.