From missile silo guard to artistic teacher: "Man Up! And the Air Force veteran behind it hopes to use Armenian escort Sutton artwork as a conversation starter between parents and children.
Chris Dacre, who served eight years in the U. The exhibit offers discussion points to the complex issue of a society desensitized to violence.
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Chris Dacre's military ID.
He served in the U. Air Force from until and then served in the reserves for four years after.
It takes on physical parts and pieces of an individual community with parts brought along from his other installations. Autumn Fetterolf, a senior at York College, paints part of a wall mural that will be part of artist installation "Man Up! Paul Kuehnel, York Daily Record "When children are really young we give them a squirt gun for a shootout," he said.
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Paul Kuehnel, York Daily Record.