Alpharetta, Georgia: Friendship Ring of Kids

Twenty life-size bronze children encircle an elm tree, eternally holding hands. "Friendship Ring" was commissioned in 2007 by the city of Alpharetta and sculpted by Cherrylion Studios.
Address:
175 Roswell St, Alpharetta, GA
Directions:
At the Alpharetta Community Center, corner of Old Milton Pkwy and Old Roswell St.
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Friendship Ring of Kids.

Friendship Ring of Kids

The sculpture is titled "Friendship Ring."

[Jeff Foushee, 09/07/2019]

"Friendship Ring" is a sculpture of children encircling a live elm tree. There are a few breaks in the linked hands that allow live kids to join the circle. Unofficial holiday tradition: the sculptures don Santa hats, scarves and garland.

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Cagle CastleCagle Castle, Alpharetta, GA - 4 mi.
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In the region:
World's Largest, Most Fearsome Bird, Atlanta, GA - 23 mi.

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