Fisher House interior gets a new coat of paintUPDATED 7:00 PM HST Apr 19, 2014Video Transcript
17 people were put out of their home ...for the day! But it was all for a good cause. Bedrooms at the Fisher House at Tripler Army Medical Center got a much needed interior facelift from volunteers at Sherwin-Williams. The group painted 7 rooms from floor to ceiling. Fisher House One was built in 1994 to give retired and active duty personnel a temporary residence while going through medical treatment. Officials say today's service project will help lift the spirits of recovering tenants. Anita 51:05 "JUST GETTING THE SUPPORT FROM THE COMMUNITIES, OUR MILITARY GROUPS... YOU KNOW HELPS THEM LIVE COMFORTABLY HERE." 51:16 Volunteers will start on the 11 rooms at Fisher House Two in the next month.