The Boys and Girls Club of Jefferson County members conducted the Painted Rock Project as a community outreach effort, according to a news release.
Participants wanted to add a little color and positivity into their community this spring.
Members of the Boys and Girls Club worked on the Painted Rock Project throughout February.
“The members, who range from first grade to seventh grade, painted small rocks different colors, really enjoying mixing and making something new, as well as working together to share some positivity in their community,” according to the release.
“The rocks will be placed in public areas for the community to find. If you find a painted rock, feel free to pick it up and take it with you, relocate it to another area, or leave it to brighten someone else’s day,” according to the release.
The Boys and Girls Club members also encourage people to create painted rocks of their own to add some positivity into the community.
“So throughout your day, be on the look out for painted rocks from the Boys and Girls Club,” according to the release.