MT. AUBURN, OH (FOX19) - A public art project is making a statement in Mt. Auburn on Tuesday.
15 oversized posters will be pasted on the Lighthouse on Highland building to share which show what happens when youth are given the chance to reach their full potential. Former Lighthouse client Tim Arnold had the honor of putting up the giant posters. Arnold is now the program director of Lawn Life.
Lighthouse BowTie Stories is part of the global Inside Out Project and is a partnership between Lighthouse Youth Services, the BowTie Cause and the Contemporary Arts Center.
Lighthouse on Highland is the main location for the installation and is the community's new homeless shelter for young adults, ages 18 to 24 years old. The shelter has 28 beds.