Sprucing Up Schools In Yigo, Guam

Staff Sgt. Jesse Parker (left) and Airman 1st Class Alisha Burns, 644th Combat Communications Squadron, work together to paint the Daniel L. Perez Elementary School. i i

Staff Sgt. Jesse Parker (left) and Airman 1st Class Alisha Burns, 644th Combat Communications Squadron, work together to paint the Daniel L. Perez Elementary School. Sr. Airman Benjamin Wiseman/Courtesy of U.S. Air Force hide caption

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Staff Sgt. Jesse Parker (left) and Airman 1st Class Alisha Burns, 644th Combat Communications Squadron, work together to paint the Daniel L. Perez Elementary School.

Staff Sgt. Jesse Parker (left) and Airman 1st Class Alisha Burns, 644th Combat Communications Squadron, work together to paint the Daniel L. Perez Elementary School.

Sr. Airman Benjamin Wiseman/Courtesy of U.S. Air Force

Folks from Andersen Air Force Base are sprucing up campuses, painting classroom walls and freshening up schoolyards through the government of Guam's Adopt-A-School program during the month of August.

"I've never really painted a school before and it's actually fun," Sr. Airman Javon Shipman, 644th Combat Communication Squadron cyber surety journeyman told States News Service. "It's something different. Everybody on base should get involved."

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