Washington, Kan. — Work on the Horse Soldier Monument planned for the Washington County Courthouse property has taken another step to completion with of the art work for the Horse Soldier Mural.
Project Coordinator Ron Nutz said the 408 bricks needed for the mural have been made, carved, dried and will next be fired at the Endicott Brickyard. The mural has a new addition, a native deep blue metamorphic rock from Afghanistan.
Nutz has seen the mural and gave us his thoughts on it.
The estimated cost of the project was set at $150,000 but through donations and fundraising they have surpassed that amount with an estimated $158,000.
The estimated date for groundbreaking is mid to late June with the hopes of finishing the project in late-August. Nutz added the project has a great team behind it.