Cathy Huddy of Lansing was the first person to correctly identify the inaugural Eye for Design — in this case a relief from the entrance to the Olin Memorial Health Center at Michigan State University, pictured above.
The limestone panel reading “Herbs” is one of several that surround the building’s entrance. Topped by images of Panacea and Hygeia, the Greek goddesses of health, the entrance is flanked by other symbols of the healing arts.
The first person to correctly identify the location of the stone detail featured above (hint: it’s in Williamston) will receive a City Pulse Eye for Design mug. Send your answer to email@example.com by Dec. 16.