A group of volunteers from Japan chose James Campbell High School as the site for one of its public service projects, Friday morning.
The Tokon Painters, a group composed of volunteers from 130 Japanese paint companies painted the roof and walls of a classroom at Campbell High School.
The group used a special thermal insulation paint that helps reduce heat and maximizes the effectiveness of air conditioning in the classroom.
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