Repainting Banana Split facade


From left, Wilmington College students Molly Howard, Betty Caudill, and Madison Wellendorf stand among their next big project — repainting the Banana Split Festival’s facade to resemble how it looked 25 years ago. The students got the opportunity after their professor, Hal Shunk, presented it to them during class one day.

From left, Wilmington College students Molly Howard, Betty Caudill, and Madison Wellendorf stand among their next big project — repainting the Banana Split Festival’s facade to resemble how it looked 25 years ago. The students got the opportunity after their professor, Hal Shunk, presented it to them during class one day.


John Hamilton | News Journal

From left, Wilmington College students Molly Howard, Betty Caudill, and Madison Wellendorf stand among their next big project — repainting the Banana Split Festival’s facade to resemble how it looked 25 years ago. The students got the opportunity after their professor, Hal Shunk, presented it to them during class one day.

From left, Wilmington College students Molly Howard, Betty Caudill, and Madison Wellendorf stand among their next big project — repainting the Banana Split Festival’s facade to resemble how it looked 25 years ago. The students got the opportunity after their professor, Hal Shunk, presented it to them during class one day.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_DSC_0453-1.jpgFrom left, Wilmington College students Molly Howard, Betty Caudill, and Madison Wellendorf stand among their next big project — repainting the Banana Split Festival’s facade to resemble how it looked 25 years ago. The students got the opportunity after their professor, Hal Shunk, presented it to them during class one day. John Hamilton | News Journal