From the Harford County Cultural Arts Board:
The Harford County Cultural Arts Board is pleased to announce the dedication of Daybreak Sculpture that occurred on Thursday, October 27th at 9:30 AM.
Daybreak, a 30’ sculpture located on the Ma and Pa trail, was designed by sculptor Richard Brink. The sculpture commemorates the Ma and Pa Railroad and the canning industry that used to exist in Harford County. The sculpture was built in partnership with: the Town of Bel Air; the Greater Bel Air Foundation; The Department of Parks and Recreation; the Harford County Cultural Arts Board; the Maryland State Arts Council and the Spenceola Main Street Center.
The Harford County Cultural Arts Board, located at 212 S. Bond St., Bel Air, MD is a commission granted by the Harford County Council that serves to encourage the growth and stability of cultural organizations in Harford County. For additional information call 410-638-3578 or go to www.culturalartsboard.org.
Those pictured in attached picture are: (left to right)
Joe Pfaff- Former Director Parks and Recreation
Sallee Filkins-Executive Director for Center for the Arts
Paul Magness-Chief of Capital Projects –Parks and Recreation
Bill McKean-HCG- Department of Public Works- Special Project Engineer
Arden McClune-Director of Parks and Recreation
Martha Valentine- HCCAB Coordinator
Natalie Weeks-HCCAB Coordinator
Todd Mion-HCCAB Board Chairman
Councilmen: Jim McMahon; Richard Slutsky and Chad Shrodes
Chris Schlehr-Bel Air Town Administrator
Trish Heidenreich- Director of Economic Development\Bel Air
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Street-Spenceola Main Street Center