The sculpture known simply as “Muddy Moose” now has a permanent home in front of the Hand-n-Hand Early Education Center in Sheridan. The sculpture was recently donated to the City's Public Arts program by the Whitney Benefits Foundation, and placed at its new location by City crews Wednesday.
Christi Haswell has three children that attend the Hand-n-Hand Center and she says that the sculpture fits the scene perfectly.
Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey was appreciative of the donation.
Whitney Foundation Trustee Sam Street was instrumental in making sure that the art be located outside the childcare center.
Plans are to add some more art near the front entrance to the Hand-n-Hand Center in the foreseeable future.