A good work ethic


A statue of a man on the courtsquare doesn’t let a little snow on his work pad stop him from doing his job on Tuesday, Feb. 16. The worker is part of the “Industry” statue on the north side of the courthouse. The plaque at the bottom of the statue reads “Dedicated December 14, 2001. This sculpture celebrates industry in Sidney and Shelby County at the turn of the Millennium. One of four pieces representing important aspects of local life, it was donated by the Sidney/Shelby Public Art Foundation as part of the Millennium Monument project. It was created by sculptor George Danhires of Kent, Ohio. The Millennium Monument includes three additional sculptures placed on the Courthouse Square and related interactive historical kiosks accessible in City Hall and the Ross Historical Center. Commemorative donor and project participant plaques may be found in City Hall, as well as in the kiosk program.”

A statue of a man on the courtsquare doesn’t let a little snow on his work pad stop him from doing his job on Tuesday, Feb. 16. The worker is part of the “Industry” statue on the north side of the courthouse. The plaque at the bottom of the statue reads “Dedicated December 14, 2001. This sculpture celebrates industry in Sidney and Shelby County at the turn of the Millennium. One of four pieces representing important aspects of local life, it was donated by the Sidney/Shelby Public Art Foundation as part of the Millennium Monument project. It was created by sculptor George Danhires of Kent, Ohio. The Millennium Monument includes three additional sculptures placed on the Courthouse Square and related interactive historical kiosks accessible in City Hall and the Ross Historical Center. Commemorative donor and project participant plaques may be found in City Hall, as well as in the kiosk program.”


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

A statue of a man on the courtsquare doesn’t let a little snow on his work pad stop him from doing his job on Tuesday, Feb. 16. The worker is part of the “Industry” statue on the north side of the courthouse. The plaque at the bottom of the statue reads “Dedicated December 14, 2001. This sculpture celebrates industry in Sidney and Shelby County at the turn of the Millennium. One of four pieces representing important aspects of local life, it was donated by the Sidney/Shelby Public Art Foundation as part of the Millennium Monument project. It was created by sculptor George Danhires of Kent, Ohio. The Millennium Monument includes three additional sculptures placed on the Courthouse Square and related interactive historical kiosks accessible in City Hall and the Ross Historical Center. Commemorative donor and project participant plaques may be found in City Hall, as well as in the kiosk program.”

A statue of a man on the courtsquare doesn’t let a little snow on his work pad stop him from doing his job on Tuesday, Feb. 16. The worker is part of the “Industry” statue on the north side of the courthouse. The plaque at the bottom of the statue reads “Dedicated December 14, 2001. This sculpture celebrates industry in Sidney and Shelby County at the turn of the Millennium. One of four pieces representing important aspects of local life, it was donated by the Sidney/Shelby Public Art Foundation as part of the Millennium Monument project. It was created by sculptor George Danhires of Kent, Ohio. The Millennium Monument includes three additional sculptures placed on the Courthouse Square and related interactive historical kiosks accessible in City Hall and the Ross Historical Center. Commemorative donor and project participant plaques may be found in City Hall, as well as in the kiosk program.”
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/02/web1_statue.jpgA statue of a man on the courtsquare doesn’t let a little snow on his work pad stop him from doing his job on Tuesday, Feb. 16. The worker is part of the “Industry” statue on the north side of the courthouse. The plaque at the bottom of the statue reads “Dedicated December 14, 2001. This sculpture celebrates industry in Sidney and Shelby County at the turn of the Millennium. One of four pieces representing important aspects of local life, it was donated by the Sidney/Shelby Public Art Foundation as part of the Millennium Monument project. It was created by sculptor George Danhires of Kent, Ohio. The Millennium Monument includes three additional sculptures placed on the Courthouse Square and related interactive historical kiosks accessible in City Hall and the Ross Historical Center. Commemorative donor and project participant plaques may be found in City Hall, as well as in the kiosk program.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News