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Sprucing up the Jaffa

Courtesy photo Sherwin-Williams employees and community members gave the Jaffa Shrine Center’s 20,000-square-foot banquet hall a complimentary fresh coat of paint. It had been nearly two decades since the walls of the facility were painted. The much-needed facelift was part of National Painting Week, an annual event where thousands of Sherwin-Williams associates volunteer to paint and transform community spaces nationwide. Among the Sherwin-Williams volunteers were Cathy Sheetz, Courtney Swearengen, Ben Hellmold, Toni Beeman, Mike D’Angelo, Vinny Fedorski (behind), Donnie Gallagher, Jason Fels, Ryan Campbell-Tubbs and Alex Breneman.

Courtesy photo

Sherwin-Williams employees and community members gave the Jaffa Shrine Center’s 20,000-square-foot banquet hall a complimentary fresh coat of paint. It had been nearly two decades since the walls of the facility were painted. The much-needed facelift was part of National Painting Week, an annual event where thousands of Sherwin-Williams associates volunteer to paint and transform community spaces nationwide. Among the Sherwin-Williams volunteers were Cathy Sheetz, Courtney Swearengen, Ben Hellmold, Toni Beeman, Mike D’Angelo, Vinny Fedorski (behind), Donnie Gallagher, Jason Fels, Ryan Campbell-Tubbs and Alex Breneman.

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