Helping out at Clear Creek Farm


Joe Egbert, front, of Dayton, and Andy Galbreath, behind door, of West Milton, reattach a door they took down before they stripped a bathroom of its old wallpaper and then gave it a coat of fresh paint at Clear Creek Farm: Homes for Children Thursday, April 21. The men are both Emerson Climate Technologies employees who volunteered their time with support from United Way to paint the bathroom and dining room of a residential facility at Clear Creek Farm. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Joe Egbert, front, of Dayton, and Andy Galbreath, behind door, of West Milton, reattach a door they took down before they stripped a bathroom of its old wallpaper and then gave it a coat of fresh paint at Clear Creek Farm: Homes for Children Thursday, April 21. The men are both Emerson Climate Technologies employees who volunteered their time with support from United Way to paint the bathroom and dining room of a residential facility at Clear Creek Farm. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Joe Egbert, front, of Dayton, and Andy Galbreath, behind door, of West Milton, reattach a door they took down before they stripped a bathroom of its old wallpaper and then gave it a coat of fresh paint at Clear Creek Farm: Homes for Children Thursday, April 21. The men are both Emerson Climate Technologies employees who volunteered their time with support from United Way to paint the bathroom and dining room of a residential facility at Clear Creek Farm.

Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Joe Egbert, front, of Dayton, and Andy Galbreath, behind door, of West Milton, reattach a door they took down before they stripped a bathroom of its old wallpaper and then gave it a coat of fresh paint at Clear Creek Farm: Homes for Children Thursday, April 21. The men are both Emerson Climate Technologies employees who volunteered their time with support from United Way to paint the bathroom and dining room of a residential facility at Clear Creek Farm. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/04/web1_SDN042216CleerCreek.jpgJoe Egbert, front, of Dayton, and Andy Galbreath, behind door, of West Milton, reattach a door they took down before they stripped a bathroom of its old wallpaper and then gave it a coat of fresh paint at Clear Creek Farm: Homes for Children Thursday, April 21. The men are both Emerson Climate Technologies employees who volunteered their time with support from United Way to paint the bathroom and dining room of a residential facility at Clear Creek Farm. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News