From left: Jack Bowling, 10, Noah Fromm, 10, the owner Kathy Stark's golden doodle Peaches, and Brook Bowling, 6, peer up at the giant silo painted like a minion in Ossian, Ind., on Thursday, June 9, 2016. The minion features plastic eyes and took 14 gallons of paint to make it happen. Kathy Stark had a lot of help from family members in the creation of the minion silo.
From left: Jack Bowling, 10, Noah Fromm, 10, the owner Kathy Stark's golden doodle Peaches, and Brook Bowling, 6, peer up at the giant silo painted like a minion in Ossian, Ind., on Thursday, June 9, 2016. The minion features plastic eyes and took 14 gallons of paint to make it happen. Kathy Stark had a lot of help from family members in the creation of the minion silo. Rachel Von The Journal-Gazette via Associated Press
From left: Jack Bowling, 10, Noah Fromm, 10, the owner Kathy Stark's golden doodle Peaches, and Brook Bowling, 6, peer up at the giant silo painted like a minion in Ossian, Ind., on Thursday, June 9, 2016. The minion features plastic eyes and took 14 gallons of paint to make it happen. Kathy Stark had a lot of help from family members in the creation of the minion silo. Rachel Von The Journal-Gazette via Associated Press

Family turns old silo into 25-foot-tall Minion – and it’s hardly despicable

June 10, 2016 02:11 PM