Prado Dam Mural
200 Years of Freedom   20 Years of Neglect

Please Donate To Save The Bicentennial Mural!

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Chino City Council adopts Resolution to restore Prado Dam Mural
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The Bicentennial Freedom Mural Conservancy, was formed last year for the specific purpose to restore and maintain, in perpetuity, the artwork and historic nature of the Bicentennial Mural, which is located on the face of the Prado Dam spillway in the State of California.  It is the belief of the Conservancy, that this can be accomplished by the way of, feasible and prudent means.   

If you would like to participate in the Mural's restoration, please make a tax deductible donation to the cause.  Even $5.00 would mean so much!  Click here to go to the donate page to learn more.

The Conservancy is made up of volunteers, some are the former High School students who painted the mural in 1976 many of whom have worked for years to see the Mural restored.  Your donation will go to help legal costs, restoration and future maintenance costs for the bicentennial Mural.           

Gifts in Kind: The Bicentennial Freedom Mural Conservancy has a number of donors well known in the fields of Construction, Paint Supplies and Restoration, who are ready to donate the materials and tools needed for a successful restoration of the Bicentennial Mural.

Below, with Paint Rollers in hand, Mural supporters march to the cheers of the crowd, in Corona's 4th of July Parade!

2015 Corona Parade - Save the Mural
Photo by Ron Evens

Original Volunteers Who Helped Creat The Mural

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