CLEVELAND – A group of generous people have come together to give some local school children a better space to be inspired.
Students at Ben Franklin Elementary in Cleveland received a lunchroom makeover worth $10,000 thanks to The Shurtech Company, based in Avon.
Bill Kahl VP of Marketing Shurtech was there for the big reveal Tuesday.
"Our Company has always been involved in community service and we just thought it would be a great way to get involved locally with the Cleveland school system."
They didn't do it alone.
Taniya Nayak from the DIY Network and Tom Bury from Food Network's"Restaurant: Impossible," were brought in to design a new look for the lunchroom.
Through other local company donations from Curb Appeal Painting and Taylor Rentals, volunteers started working this past Saturday through Monday.
The unveiling of the new lunchroom took place when blindfolded students, faculty and staff return to the building following the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend.
Watch more of the big reveal:
Students get makeover for their school cafeteria at Ben Franklin Elementary.