On October 15, 2006, Arcadia Kids painted over graffiti on walls and a pedestrian bridge near 22nd Ave. and Indian School in Phoenix. The City of Phoenix Graffiti Busters program provided paint and supplies and Paul's Ace Hardware in Scottsdale helped us mix the paint and donated supplies. Arcadia Kids provided labor and community service. For more information, contact Dave or Sheila Pimsner at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, my name is Alaine and I was the one who picked the project. We did the project near the canal. When we were there we painted two long walls and a bridge. The bridge had the most graffiti. Our group thought it would take a long time but it didn't. Once we got started time went by very fast.
I asked everyone how it was everyone said, "it was good." We felt good about our work. At the end we had cookies and water to drink. When we were in the middle of eating an ice cream truck drove past us and we waved our hands.
We had a great time. We thought it was a good thing to do for our community. Now everybody enjoyes seeing a clean bridge and clean walls. We did an important job.
And that was it.