A Head Start facility in Floyd County is getting a new paint job.
A group called the Fine HeArts is bringing life to plain white walls for the four- and five-year-old Head Start kids coming next month.
"They're very expert at what they do,” said Nina Hollins, New River Community Action Head Start. “We're loving the results that we see so far. With the picket fence and the large flowers that fit with the child’s size . . . we really like what we see."
Four years ago, the roof on the Head Start building went bad and it's been empty since then.
With the help of the Fine HeArts, the walls will have a fresh new look.
Over the next few weeks the group plans to finish painting, but until then, they’re having fun while doing it.
Gannon Bender is the only man on site and he's a little mischievous.
"I wanted to sneak in some squiggly faces but I was told to contain my abstract expressionism,” Bender said.