Prado Dam Mural
200 Years of Freedom   20 Years of Neglect


Painting the Mural in 1976

Students painting the bicentennial Mural 1976
Students painting the bicentennial mural 1976
Students stand on the spillway to paint the Mural on with rollers.
Painting the bicentennial Mural 1976
See cars in front of mural left, and students on the bell painting it.  For larger view, click on image.

April 9th 2015 Meeting

Army Corps greets us at the meeting
Army Corps of Engineers provided a great venue and greeted everyone with kindness
The auditorium fills with supporters
A great turnout of supporters of the mural, about 350 in attendance.
Calvert left the meeting before anyone shared
Council members Dick Haley and Randy Fox gave amazing speeches in favor of the mural!
Testimonials about the meaning of the mural
Testimonial about the meaning of the mural
About 30 people stood and shared heart felt words of what the Prado Dam Bicentennial Mural meant to them.  Each recieved huge applause!
Great participation by all
After such a great meeting, it should now be clear that there is no support for a new design. 
No "competing interests" that voiced any interest in a new mural design.

Federal Court

Friends of the mural
Supporters of The Bicentennial Freedom Mural show up to Federal Court August 19, 2015
Attorney Eric Bjorgum speaks to channel 7 news
Ron Kammeyer interviewed by channel 7 news
Original mural volunteers
Eric Bjorgum  Ron Kammeyer and the Original Mural Volunteers Outside Federal Court August 19-2015

Parade Photos (Old and New)

1976 parade
Corona Parade July 2015
July 4th Parades 39 Years Apart

A Trip To The Mural

Ron Kammeyer in front of bicentennial mural plaque
Close to the spillway
Face of the bicentennial mural up close
The white background is almost gone in some areas
Prado Dam and Spillway

240 Years of Freedom and Counting...