The Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle/King County unveiled a new mural by local artist Blanca Santander at its Kent Thrift Store Dec. 3.
Santander completed the mural in collaboration with students from Kent schools and volunteers from Centro Rendu, a St. Vincent de Paul initiative to serve Hispanics in King County. The project was funded by a grant from the Catholic Campaign for Human Development, the national anti-poverty program of the U.S. Catholic bishops.
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