Harold Ledsham Memorial ‘Common Ground’

Community and the preservation of all things related were an important part of Harold Ledsham’s life. His passion, determination and love for the Hamlet of Lowville were a key component in maintaining the character of the community.
I took inspiration in creating this interactive sculpture from Harold’s unwavering commitment to his community and from a world where nature and finding common ground are vital to enriching our lives. The intent was to create a place where people would want to congregate.

‘Common Ground’ refers to all that connect us as individuals, families and communities either geographically or on larger scales.

It is the things we have in common that allow us to grow, give us strength and most importantly enrich our daily lives.

Lowville Residents & friends are invited to attend the unveiling of ‘Common Ground’, an interactive sculpture honoring the late Harold Ledsham.

Harold will always be remembered for his tireless efforts as President of the
Lowville Area Residents’ Association and his many years of commitment to the beautification of the Village of Lowville. The ceremony will take place on
 Saturday September 26th @ 12:30pm at the Lowville Park entrance.

Members of the Ledsham family, representatives of LARA and the City of Burlington and Walt Rickli- designer, artist and creator of the sculpture will be in attendance.
Please join us.

Please R.S.V.P to laura@waltrickli.com

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