Monday, August 4, 2014

Project Finished

The goal of painting the United Methodist Church at Monona is now complete and everyone has moved on to the next project. In total the group painted 9 classrooms, 1 office, hallway, narthex, coatroom, fellowship hall and rejuvenated the wood trim in the fellowship hall. Hopefully this new look will have a positive impact on the congregation of the church.

Once the painting was completed the task of cleaning was the last step in the process, The team removed paint from the trim work and vacuumed the floors. 

The fellowship hall looked great after it was completed. The room was painted, wood trim cleaned and renewed, posts trimmed out, and the serving area was cleaned and the wood trim was replaced. 

The classrooms were painted to add some color to the facility and no doubt they will be ready for the children soon! 
Since our campground was quite a distance from the project site, Greta spent her days at the Central Bark Park, a dog day care center in Madison. The only problem it was an upscale place and she became quite pampered during her stay. The good news was she was so exhausted at the end of the day she would sleep all night!

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