Recovery Rocks!

Interactive Art Installation Celebrating our Resiliency as a Community

New Horizons Behavioral Health has partnered with “Friends of Art” volunteers and CSU art students creating 50 Recovery Rocks that have been placed randomly on walking trails throughout Muscogee County through the end of October.

If you find one, you are eligible for a prize- in addition to the joy of finding and keeping a small work of art!

Lakebottom Park has the majority of painted rocks, but other locations include Cooper Creek & Flat Rock Parks, entrance to Psalmond Rd., Fall Line Trace, Double Churches & Rigdon Little League Fields, walking trails around Hardaway and Clubview schools. Riverwalk Splash Pad, Civic Center, the bench at Broadway &Fifth St.

For more information visit: http://www.nhbh.org

 

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