Georgia Southern University and the Bulloch County Historical Society celebrate the newest Eagle Nation on Parade (ENOP) sculpture, called “Bulloch County Family Tree,” at the Statesboro Regional Library located at 124 S. Main St.,
Eagle Nation on Parade is a public art project meant to encourage the art students to be analytical, creative, and mindful of their community through contribution.
The six-foot-tall eagle sculpture will be the eighth placed on display in Bulloch County.
The eagle was created by Scott Foxx, a master of fine arts candidate in the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art, the eagle’s design features important Bulloch County people and places, including Jack Averitt, Emma Kelley and Willie McTell, along with buildings and businesses such as Franklins Restaurant, the courthouse, Georgia Southern and the Statesboro Regional Library. The eagle will be on permanent display outside the south side of the library facing East Grady Street.