Norfolk-Virginia: The Mermaid City
Even when it includes aborting babies
Mermaids on Parade
The Mermaid is the official logo of the city of Norfolk Virginia. 
(Note the logo in the upper top left corner of the city's opening page website)
  "We're the only one doing mermaids for art's sake," said Norfolk city spokesman Bob Batcher.
As to be expected, one cannot just put up a Norfolk's mermaid logo at will and the message below is why I didn't copy those specific photos for this webpage.
        Moreover, any use of the City of Norfolk's Mermaid Logo without the specific authorization of the Department of Communications is strictly prohibited.  Those entities desiring authorization to use the City of Norfolk's Mermaid Logo may obtain an application to do so by contacting  the Department of Communications by telephone at (757) 664-4266.
That's cool, I enjoy Mermaids. As one travels around the city of Norfolk, one sees Mermaids outside city owned, as well as other prominent buildings.
The city of Norfolk is generally a wonderful place to live. Here are some details about the city from the city.
On that page, you will find:
        Founded in 1682, Norfolk grew up on the water, and its miles of lake, river and bay front are central to many of its neighborhoods and more than 241,000 people who call these communities home. The city's popular logo -- an elegant young mermaid, which can be spotted in outdoor sites from Downtown to  Ocean View -- symbolizes 300 years of maritime and naval heritage and its modern reputation as a city on the move.
Here you can see some of the Mermaids that are posted around the City of Norfolk (City of Norfolk Mermaids)
You can also take a walking tour of Mermaids on Parade.
From Mermaids on Parade website.
Take the Downtown Norfolk Tour!
         You can also download the Mermaids Walking Map - a Mermaids on Parade Tour of Downtown Norfolk - or a Blank Mermaid Map so you
         can do your own Mermaid Hunt to see these illustrious beauties in their full glory!

                           Do my own Mermaid hunt? Cool, packed up the family and let's go...
        The city writes:
       
Sometimes the mermaids wander, and we don't where they are now. If you've spotted a Mermaid not in the gallery
         (or found one that forgot to leave a forwarding address), please let us know.

  
     I always enjoy seeing the Mermaids and it makes one proud to be a citizen of Norfolk - so as suggested -  I went on my own Mermaid hunt.
   I found one too. Eureka!
    But I have not reported this Mermaid to the city even though invited to do so.  Why, well I'm still in a state of shock.
                Do they already know about the Mermaid at 891 Norfolk Square?
This Mermaid is prominently displayed outside the local babykilling abortion mill! A Tidewater Women's Health Clinic Inc.
Is this Mermaid included in the City's Mermaids on Parade or the Mermaid Walking Tour or The Mermaid Walking Map?
It may be shocking for tourists and locals to see the city's symbol desplayed outside the local babykilling abortion mill.
Here is the picture of the Norfolk Abortion clinic Mermaid located at 891 Norfolk Square.
A side view of A Tidewater Women's Health Clinic Inc.

  891 Norfolk Square, Norfolk, VA 23502
(757) 461-0011    Open--Mon. through Sat.
(800) 490-0011 (toll-free)

                Mermaid                                                                Abortion                                                                        Mermaid                                              Abortion
1 Corinthians 5:6 Your glorying is not good. Know ye not that a little leaven leaveneth the whole lump?
          and Galatians 5:9 A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump.
To contact e-mail: Glory2Jesus@ArmyofGod.com

  Telephone 1-757-685-1566

  Or write to: Rev. Donald Spitz
                      Pro-Life Virginia
                      P.O. Box 16611
                      Chesapeake VA 23328































Norfolk Virginia's Mermaids outside Norfolk Virginia babykilling abortion clinics. What a city. Makes one proud to be from Norfolk Virginia.