Facelift - Outside and Inside
Project Light applied for and received a grant for Martin Luther King Day of Service 2018 from the State College of Florida. The project included painting trim and doors inside, walls and mural outside, cleaning and striping the parking lot. It was an ambitious project and also a great success. Forty volunteers from churches, RPCV‘s, board members, teachers and students worked 450 hours to do all the work. The 5 artists from Manatee Unitarian Universalist Fellowship repainted the mural with the same theme as the original mural painted in 2001 by Barbara Elliot. St. Frances and the Animals of Florida now features a sea turtle, manatee, and dolphin in addition to the original mural’s alligator, panther, and many birds. Teachers, students and the community of Bradenton are all happy about the beautification of our building and grounds.
Illustrator Roger Cook
Roger painted the alligator and panther.
Facelift to parking area and north wall mural
Volunteers made our parking lot safer and more attractive.
Students, teachers, & Board members
Many people helped out during the MLK Day of Service 2018.
MLK Awards Banquet
Five volunteer workers represented all the volunteers at the Martin Luther King Day of Service Banquet in March 2018 to receive a certificate for our Day of Service Project. Chris, Randy, A.J., Amador, and Samantha accepted the certificate.