Today was Northwestern Area Mormon Helping Hands Day. All of Hawaii and California did beautification and clean-up projects in their towns. We in Kekaha worked on and painted the pavilions and pic-nic tables at the park at the senior citizen center. It was a beautiful morning and we had a good turn out and because we had a ward member with a sprayer we were able to get the pavilion eaves done quite quickly. It is so much fun to work together on a project and have it turn out well. It feels so good to be of service and help others. We also painted 6 big pic-nic tables. Just after we went home Wally and I had to go to the post office and get our mail. On the way past the center we noticed a family already using one of the tables to have their lunch. "Should we have put a just painted sign on those?" I asked Wally. I sure hope they didn't go home with green stripes on their pants!