Volunteer instructor Ariana Ebrahimian, middle, leads a team of volunteers in painting the world map on the blacktop at the St. Hope Charter School PS7 in Oak Park Nov. 6, 2003. During the daylong project, parent volunteers and Home Depot employees installed playground equipment, landscaped the school grounds, painted murals, built benches and picnic tables.
Volunteer instructor Ariana Ebrahimian, middle, leads a team of volunteers in painting the world map on the blacktop at the St. Hope Charter School PS7 in Oak Park Nov. 6, 2003. During the daylong project, parent volunteers and Home Depot employees installed playground equipment, landscaped the school grounds, painted murals, built benches and picnic tables. Andy Alfaro Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Volunteer instructor Ariana Ebrahimian, middle, leads a team of volunteers in painting the world map on the blacktop at the St. Hope Charter School PS7 in Oak Park Nov. 6, 2003. During the daylong project, parent volunteers and Home Depot employees installed playground equipment, landscaped the school grounds, painted murals, built benches and picnic tables. Andy Alfaro Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

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