Operation Facelift Wraps Up In Twin Falls
Twin Falls, Idaho (KMVT-TV) The Operation Facelift effort in Downtown Twin Falls is coming in for a landing.
Four projects are being wrapped up. Scrappers and Stampers' Delight on Main Avenue and the Twin Falls Sewing Center across the street were power washed. Then workers got out their brushes and started painting today. The materials cost only about $900, and all of the labor was donated.
Bear Bangs, Facilitator of the Twin Falls Operation Facelift, says, "Having that volunteer workforce, when we're able to put through to them, let's go ahead and stretch as much as we can, it really has done well. And as much as I hate to say this sometimes, with just a little bit of lipstick, it's amazing the improvement you can make."
Workers also fixed up the Twin Falls Visitor Center near the Perrine Bridge for this Operation Facelift. However, the most involved piece of work was the exterior plastering work on the Desktop By Design building. Local artist Jacob Caval completed the detailed work over a seven month period.
June 20, 2012.