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August’s answer: The Committee on Public Arts and North Baldwin Infirmary partnered on this sculpture, which pays tribute to RIDEYELLOW, the state’s largest charity bike ride. The design features two cyclists as they take part in annual event with the yellow ribbon symbolizing the race to victory over cancer. The sculpture was designed and built by AAA Iron Works in Mobile. It is on the front lawn of the North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce on McMeans Avenue in Bay Minette, directly across from Halliday Park where the annual ride takes place on the Saturday before Father’s Day. (Photo submitted by Tina Covington of Baldwin EMC.) The randomly drawn correct guess winner is Kathy Buckhault, Southern Pine EC.