The City of Lebanon has placed eight of the city’s tiger statues throughout the community. The location and description of all eight are below. Can you find them all? A map and pictures have been added to help you. Stay tuned for even more statues that will be added to the city’s “Tiger Trail.”

“Abner”

Location:
Inside Abner Longley Park
Near the Lebanon Splash Pad
Lebanon, IN

About “Abner”:
“Abner” is named after one of Lebanon’s first citizens Abner Longley. Abner is wearing a jersey because Abner Longley Park plays host to so many great athletic practices and games!

Artist: Shanon Faber

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“Boots”

Location:
Lebanon Street Department
1301 Lafayette Avenue
Lebanon, IN

About “Boots”:
Matching the many qualities of our Street Department, Boots’ design is meant to convey words like “friendly,” “community,” “care,” and “diligence.” Boots looks ready for a day on the job.

Artist: Anita Gordon

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“Bruce”

Location:
Lebanon Fire Department Station 12
18 Anderson Lane
Lebanon, IN

About Bruce:
“Bruce” includes elements from LFD Chief Batts’ favorite superhero, Batman. The resemblance to Bruce (Wayne) also includes the Caped Crusader’s distinctive blue eyes. The Lebanon Fire Department logo and motto represent the department’s service to the community.

Artist: Anita Gordon

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“Hutton”

Location:
City Municipal Building
401 South Meridian Street
Lebanon, IN

About “Hutton”:
Hutton is named for J.T. Hutton, the architect behind the renowned Ionic Style Concrete columns that accentuate Boone County’s beautiful courthouse. Each column is more than 35 feet tall! Hutton’s catenary lights serve as an accent, similar to the way they look on the downtown square.

Artist: Claire Haughton

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“Jerry”

Location:
Lebanon Fire Department Station 11
975 Lasley Drive
Lebanon, IN

About “Jerry”:
Jerry takes on the look of a classic fire station Dalmatian. Jerry is dressed like one of the guys, complete with handlebar mustache!

Artist: Shanon Faber

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“Leo”

Location:
Lebanon Police Department
201 East Main Street
Lebanon, IN

About “Leo”:
The clean, smooth edges, colors represented, and of course the badge are meant to be a symbol of the men and women who put their lives on the line to serve and protect the people of Lebanon.

Artist: Rebecca Hundley

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“Rocket”

Location:
Memorial Park
Lebanon, IN

About “Rocket”:
Rocket is a representation of Lebanon resident Rick “Rocket” Mount. Rick Mount, arguably the greatest basketball shooter of all time, was a standout player at Lebanon High School and Purdue University, before joining the professional ranks. “Rocket” Mount can still be seen shooting and teaching the game, on these very courts!

Artist: Claire Haughton

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“Wave”

Location:
Seashore Waterpark
103 East Ulen Drive
Lebanon, IN

About “Wave”:
Wave’s tie-dye uniform represents a tribute to Seashore Waterpark staff. Its colors and expression strive to convey words like: “friendly,” and “responsible.”

Artist: Anita Gordon

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“Boone”

Location:
Boone County Economic Development Corporation
2030 Indianapolis Avenue
Lebanon, IN

About “Boone”:
Say hey to “Boone!” “Boone” is dressed for any and all occasions, thanks to the great Boone County Economic Development team! You can find “Boone” at the Boone EDC office, at 2030 Indianapolis Avenue, daily from 8 until 5. What will “Boone” be wearing next? Well, stop by and see for yourself. And see why life is #BetterInBoone

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“T-Cat”
Location:
1500 Garfield Street
Lebanon, IN
About “T-Cat”:

This tiger’s full name is, “T-Cat the Spirit Pride Tiger.” With its vibrant colors, you can’t miss “T-Cat.” This statue will not only catch your eye, it will mesmerize you, too. “T-Cat” inspires P.R.I.D.E. at Harney Elementary – literally! The school’s five core values are painted on “T-Cat’s” back:

P – Persistence
R – Respectfulness
I – Initiative
D – Dependability
E – Efficiency
Make plans to stop by Harney Elementary to meet “T-Cat!”
Artist: Harney Elementary Art Teacher Rachel Nguyen
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“Titus”
Location:
Lebanon Middle School
1810 North Grant Street
Lebanon, IN
About “Titus”:
Everyone, gather ‘round and come meet the newest addition to the city’s Tiger Trail! This is “Titus!” Titus resides at Lebanon Middle School! “Titus” was completed by students and staff at LMS. This Tiger’s name was voted on by the school’s student body! There are SO many cool aspects to “Titus.” The P.R.I.D.E creed can be found on the base of the Tiger. Also, the names of the students who lent their talents are written strategically around “Titus’” body! Stop by LMS to see this latest work of art around our city!
Artist: LMS Students & Staff