Sherwin-Williams Gives HOLA a Face Lift
Early on an overcast morning, HOLA received a much-needed refresh thanks to community volunteers and more than 75 gallons of donated paint and supplies from Sherwin-Williams. Over 40 volunteers and national TV personality and interior designer John Gidding took time out from their busy days to put a new coat of paint on the lower level of the Bryson Building, otherwise known as HOLA Main. It had been several years since the spaces had been painted and in many areas, different colors of paint had been used to cover frequent tagging on the side of the building. Now, the entire space is newly painted in one uniform color and the result is fabulous. So fabulous, that even the kids noticed the difference when they arrived for programming in the afternoon. The project was part of a national effort to refresh and give back to the local community during National Painting Week. Thank you to everyone at Sherwin-Williams for making a difference in our community.