On a recent Party Line Program, Susan Simmons, a member of The Dayton Community Enhancement Committee told about a special drive by parade this Thursday to celebrate the much talked about Higher Ground Painting Mural done by Dayton native and artist Mary Victoria Fielder Taylor. It’s hoped today’s parade (Thursday’s) will provide a wonderful moment and maybe even start a trend. Please note this will be a drive by parade, to take place this evening at 7:00 PM. All are invited to the event celebrating what is now the 2nd mural to be painted in downtown Dayton. Ms. Simmons also pointed out that if this catches on there are 31 more locations where murals can be painted. Once again, the parade to celebrate The Higher Ground Mural that features the nationally famous cattle drive along the US 90 river bottom between Dayton and Liberty to rescue hundreds of cattle. The original cattle drive was with local cattleman and business owner, Pat Henscey, his dog Buddy with hundreds of threatened cattle being rescued as they all moved to Higher Ground during the big flood of 2015. That drive by parade moving past the magnificent mural will take place this evening at 7:00PM in Dayton. Everyone is welcome. Susan Simmons is hoping for a big turn out, the major principals in the event will be there so come out to enjoy the dedication of this great project.