As part of Princeton Renaissance project, members of the youth group from First United Methodist Church volunteer their time to prepare the walls in the community garden area on Mercer Street near Dick Copeland Square. According to Greg Puckett, director of Community Connections, after the walls are prepared, two large murals will be painted by artist Patch Whisky.
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