What Images Should Be Included in the Community Murals at Applebee's?

What landmark images should be included in murals for restaurant.

Gate 3 Design is working with  Restaurant in Miller Place, renovating the interior décor using images that represent the community and incorporating them into collage murals. 

The company is looking for images that best represent the area to feature in the murals and wants input from residents

"We would like to highlight the entire community from the youth, high school and college sports, to landmarks, festivals, parades, events and more," said Nicole Nunes, project coordinator with Gate 3.

If you have images you would like to share for the design please send to Nicole  (Images must be 1 MB or greater.)

What landmark images do you think should be included in the new murals at the Miller Place Applebees?

Tell us in the comments section below.

Marian Larson March 16, 2012 at 08:15 PM
The Rocky Point Parade, the historical homes on North Country Road, kids skating on the frozen Duck Pond, Cedar Beach, images of Panther Pride and homecoming.
K. March 16, 2012 at 10:19 PM
Smart Alecks: Please refrain from all of the predictable, tired "negative", sarcastic suggestions; we all know them. I suggest a beach scene.
antoinette March 17, 2012 at 08:55 PM
The c.1720 William Miller House in the Historic District. This is the oldest existing house in Miller Place which was once known as "Miller's Place" for the Miller family that settled here. The old post office next to the Miller House, the old post office/general store, and the Academy are special structrures as well as the private homes.
John Easterbrook March 19, 2012 at 08:14 PM
Miller place train station!


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