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Refusing to let another business go under, residents are launching an emergency makeover on Daylight Delights. Community leader Mike Luna came up with the idea and likened it to an Amish barn-raising.
“When someone’s barn burns down in the Amish community, they all band together to build a new one,” Luna said. “Melinda and Kevin (Albright) are struggling and something has to be done to help keep their business open.”
People are coming forward to contribute time, talent - even decorative materials, as news of the makeover spreads.
“Steve Shaw of Mosaic will donate his time and architectural expertise to help redesign the restaurant’s interior,” Luna said. “Cheryl Sowder from The Finishing Touch is donating some materials and I’m working with Sara Lemons of Cisco Foods to come up with a menu design concept.”
Luna explained he wanted to keep the makeover a local effort and discarded the idea of going to Home Depot or Lowe’s for help.
Community members willing to supply elbow grease or to contribute expert advice in areas relevant to the makeover are encouraged to join the unique project, he said.
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