There were smiles all around as Leadership Burbank class members proudly showed guests the new storage module and other upgrades made to the Kids Community Dental Clinic.
The unveiling took place during a ribbon-cutting reception on April 15 at the facility on West Elmwood Avenue.
The class originally was asked to build a storage shed, but after they toured the facility, they asked Executive Director Dale Gorman for a wish list, said Brad Recker, physical project leader.
“We are pretty much accomplishing everything on that list,” Recker said, adding they had started working the last weekend in February and worked between several rainy weekends.
“We still have to build a handicapped-accessible ramp leading to the front door and shelving in the storage shed — another weekend's worth of work,” he said.
There was something for each of the 27 class members to do. They corrected water damage to the outside of the clinic, painted the building, installed rain gutters, improved the water drainage, added paving stones and built the base for the storage shed in the yard.