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Hand-Painted History

Student Author: Brook P.

On Monday, April 3rd, 2013, one of the first buildings erected in Unionville collapsed. This building, built in the late 1800s, is an important part of Unionville’s history. So, a generous group of talented artists came together to keep that small piece of History alive.

The preservation of our ever-changing home is very important to the people of this town. Local lawyer, Thomas Keedy, and his wife, Gwyn Keedy, are both avid supporters in the preservation of Unionville’s small-town history. “Even if it’s not where you come from, it’s where you belong. And we plan to keep it that way.” Mrs. Keedy passionately stated. “If we lose the fabric of our community, then we have no community.”

Be sure to be a part of the beautification of the Unionville square by attending our Markets on the Square on Saturday mornings! Also, take some time to check out the new crosswalks as well as the beautiful new mural!


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