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Mural Dedicated in Downtown Melbourne
Florida Tech President and CEO Anthony J. Catanese, right, stands with artist Christopher Maslow and Pete the Panther at the dedication ceremony for the Florida Tech mural in downtown Melbourne.

Florida Tech President and CEO Anthony J. Catanese, right, stands with artist Christopher Maslow and Pete the Panther at the dedication ceremony for the Florida Tech mural in downtown Melbourne.

Dignitaries and officials from Florida Tech, the City of Melbourne and Melbourne Main Street joined artist Chris Maslow in dedicating the newest piece of public art in downtown Melbourne on May 17: Maslow’s 90-foot-long, colorful mural on the west wall of the Baby Patch building at E. New Haven Avenue and Waverly Place. The mural depicts Florida Tech’s panther mascot amid four key areas of the university – land, sea, sky and space.

Speakers at the event included Florida Tech President and CEO Anthony J. Catanese, Melbourne Main Street Executive Director Jarin R. Eisenberg and Maslow, who presented Catanese with a miniature version of the mural. Melbourne Mayor Kathy Meehan and Florida Tech Executive Vice President and COO T. Dwayne McCay were also among the city leaders in attendance.

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