Roses rise in downtown

Roseboro recently installed metal roses in downtown through the work of Shawn Hobbs, director of the Main Street and Small Towns Economic Prosperity Program. The project was in memory of his mother, Helen ‘Sue’ Faircloth Hobbs. Dubose Steel Inc., her 40-year employer, assisted with putting up the metal roses. -
Roseboro recently installed metal roses in downtown through the work of Shawn Hobbs, director of the Main Street and Small Towns Economic Prosperity Program. The project was in memory of his mother, Helen ‘Sue’ Faircloth Hobbs. Dubose Steel Inc., her 40-year employer, assisted with putting up the metal roses. -

Roseboro recently installed metal roses in downtown through the work of Shawn Hobbs, director of the Main Street and Small Towns Economic Prosperity Program. The project was in memory of his mother, Helen ‘Sue’ Faircloth Hobbs. Dubose Steel Inc., her 40-year employer, assisted with putting up the metal roses.

Roseboro recently installed metal roses in downtown through the work of Shawn Hobbs, director of the Main Street and Small Towns Economic Prosperity Program. The project was in memory of his mother, Helen ‘Sue’ Faircloth Hobbs. Dubose Steel Inc., her 40-year employer, assisted with putting up the metal roses.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_Metal-Roses.jpgRoseboro recently installed metal roses in downtown through the work of Shawn Hobbs, director of the Main Street and Small Towns Economic Prosperity Program. The project was in memory of his mother, Helen ‘Sue’ Faircloth Hobbs. Dubose Steel Inc., her 40-year employer, assisted with putting up the metal roses.

Roseboro recently installed metal roses in downtown through the work of Shawn Hobbs, director of the Main Street and Small Towns Economic Prosperity Program. The project was in memory of his mother, Helen ‘Sue’ Faircloth Hobbs. Dubose Steel Inc., her 40-year employer, assisted with putting up the metal roses.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_Metal-Roses_2.jpgRoseboro recently installed metal roses in downtown through the work of Shawn Hobbs, director of the Main Street and Small Towns Economic Prosperity Program. The project was in memory of his mother, Helen ‘Sue’ Faircloth Hobbs. Dubose Steel Inc., her 40-year employer, assisted with putting up the metal roses.