‘Spread love, not virus’


Caleb Gregory stands next to sidewalk art his wife, Jessie Gregory, recently created in front of their house in the 300 block of South High Street in Hillsboro. “She saw on a Facebook group how people were sharing ideas like writing on sidewalks and driveways and decided to create her own message,” Caleb said.

Caleb Gregory stands next to sidewalk art his wife, Jessie Gregory, recently created in front of their house in the 300 block of South High Street in Hillsboro. “She saw on a Facebook group how people were sharing ideas like writing on sidewalks and driveways and decided to create her own message,” Caleb said.


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Caleb Gregory stands next to sidewalk art his wife, Jessie Gregory, recently created in front of their house in the 300 block of South High Street in Hillsboro. “She saw on a Facebook group how people were sharing ideas like writing on sidewalks and driveways and decided to create her own message,” Caleb said.

Caleb Gregory stands next to sidewalk art his wife, Jessie Gregory, recently created in front of their house in the 300 block of South High Street in Hillsboro. “She saw on a Facebook group how people were sharing ideas like writing on sidewalks and driveways and decided to create her own message,” Caleb said.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2020/03/web1_Gregory-pic.jpgCaleb Gregory stands next to sidewalk art his wife, Jessie Gregory, recently created in front of their house in the 300 block of South High Street in Hillsboro. “She saw on a Facebook group how people were sharing ideas like writing on sidewalks and driveways and decided to create her own message,” Caleb said. Courtesy photo