Painting a Pretty Picture
Megan’s House, which already draws raves for its cosmetic beauty, looks even spiffier these days thanks to the efforts of a couple of volunteers.
Former Lowell Mayor and longtime City Councilor Edward “Bud” Caulfield, along with a team of volunteers, recently spent a day painting the walls and hallways of Megan’s House. Caulfield, who is also a Megan’s House Foundation Board member, led the effort and showed off his deft skills with a paint brush.
Not that Megan’s House was in need of a beauty makeover.
From the day the doors opened on September 30, 2015, residents and visitors alike have raved about how beautiful the home is in comparison to other addiction treatment facilities they have lived in or seen.
However, the generous efforts of Caulfield and volunteers helped Megan’s House stay well ahead of the curve when it comes to the repairs and upkeep necessary to keep it a home residents and staff can boast of and proudly show off to visitors.