'Come sit a while' at Franklin Labyrinth

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Charlie Rennpage, left, and R.L. Hughey Jr., right, display an aerial view of the Benjamin Franklin labyrinth created by the Heard County Art Association at Riverwalk Park on the Chattahoochee River in Franklin.

By MARIANNE THOMASSON
marianne@newnan.com
“This labyrinth was made for you. Come sit a while and enjoy the view” of the Chattahoochee River just west of Coweta County on the Riverwalk at Franklin.
The tiny Heard County Art Association (“There were only about five members, but we grew to eight or nine and other non-members helped when the originals faded out”) wanted to introduce art into Heard County, according to R.L. Hughey Jr. “We decided on mosaics because they’re unique and everyone was in favor of it.”
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