Mural by Jacques Martel
Farming for the early settlers consisted of hard work, accidents, and the occasional memorable prank. Central to this mural is the well-maintained farm site. In the four corners, we have the scenes of backing into a granary, children laughing as one of their cousins falls from a steer, demolition derbies, and one of the children miscalculating the Tarzan swing. We see the family’s involvement in the erection of the local Citadelle Park and playing a friendly game of both horseshoes and cards.