P&PDL Picture of the Week for
February 25, 2008

Corny Hall of Fame: "Indian Totem" Frog

Bob Nielsen, Extension Agronomist, Purdue University

The Lafayette Frog Follies of 2005 featured 67 artistically decorated four-foot tall fiberglass frogs displayed throughout the Lafayette downtown area. The frogs were designed to raise money for the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette and CASAs for Kids, a fundraising wing of Tippecanoe Court Appointed Special Advocates program. This "Indian Totem" frog featured a native American holding two stalks of corn and thus qualifies for a position in the Corny Hall of Fame.

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