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Colorful corners come a day late

Post-Bulletin staff

A southeast Rochester intersection has been turned into an art display after volunteers turned out to paint a mural on the pavement.

Rain delayed the painting schedule one day. Nonetheless, painters brushed a floral design at Fifth Avenue and Seventh Street Southeast on Sunday.

The original design, by local artist Susan Waughtal, is the pilot project for RColorful Corners, a beautification and neighborhood involvement program.

The program is fielded by RNeighbors, which helps neighborhood associations in Rochester.

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