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Whiton’s latest attraction is expected to attract hundreds of visitors as information spreads. The 15-meter-tall Anzac soldier was erected on the Whiton Water Tower by the Lytan Shear Council thanks to funding from the state’s Community Communities funding program. While much of the artwork on the bunker is done with paints and brushes, Whitton’s soldier is a three-dimensional metal structure and was in place for this year’s Anzac Day commemorations. Cultural Services Council manager Seuss Voss said the metalwork was created by Carla Gotgens, who has also created several other public works of art in the county. Ms. Vos said the concept came from the community. “It’s a community project, in Whiton we’ve been creating places for four years, and the whole city has been refreshed,” she said. Litan Mayor Tony Renecker said the soldier would be a bright card for the city and has already started attracting guests. “It’s great for the county and especially for Wheaton,” Councilor Renecker said. The soldier goes out to Whiton Memorial Park, and Kr Renecker said he has already seen people having picnics in the park to admire the views. READ MORE Cr Renecker said the soldier was the last item on a list of projects designed to improve the township created after a consultative forum with the Whiton community in 2018. “This is not just a short-term project, it will attract people for months and years,” he said. The Council’s next art project will be to create an installation in Chelmsford Place.Our journalists are working hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community.Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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