Little Red Schoolhouse painting is complete

Volunteers pose in front of the Little Red Schoolhouse in Minor Park after applying the finishing touches to the fresh paint job Saturday, Oct. 24. Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo
The new paint job for the Little Red Schoolhouse in Minor Park in Anza was completed thanks to volunteers, donors, local businesses and churches. Helpers from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Anza, residents and Forest Service firefighters finished painting the trim, led by Philip Canaday, vice president of the Anza Civic Improvement League, and Charles Cadwell, president of ACIL, as they applied the last coats of bright white paint to the over 100-year-old building. Pizza Factory donated three pizzas to feed the workers. “I love, love, love the new look. Anza is getting a face-lift,” resident Hope Adams said. Volunteers and ACIL board members teamed to begin the repainting project at the Little Red Schoolhouse in Minor Park Saturday, Oct. 17, prepping it for
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