Crescent Moon – a quilt block on the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail. #QuiltTrail #GreenevilleTN #CrescentMoon
This building was originally the home to Crescent Elementary School established in 1925. The building was named after the crescent-shaped road running in front of the building. Kent Bewley purchased the property in 1999 and began renovations. Crescent Building is now a viable office complex and community center with a strong heritage. Designed by Amy Saxonmeyer. Painted by Lois Blanks and friends. Quilt blocks installed in 2017.
This quilt block is located at Crescent School Building, 615 W. Main Street, Greeneville.
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