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CLEVELAND COUNTY — The new ReStore location for Cleveland County’s Habitat for Humanity will feature a mural painted by a local artist.

Habitat for Humanity says the building will be moving to the old Homeland at 1100 W. Main St. in Norman, and will be revamped with a mural painted on the North side of the building.

Habitat for Humanity announced that local artist Skip Hill will be leading the mural project with his original design.

The mural design will embody the values and mission of Cleveland County Habitat for Humanity and the ReStore.

Hill will be starting the outline of the mural towards the end of May and color will be on the wall by early June, according to a press release from Habitat for Humanity.

If you or your business is interested in sponsoring or volunteering with this community mural project call Liz at 405-360-7868 or email for more information.