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story.lead_photo.caption Photo submitted Six employees from Siloam Springs Lowe's Store joined Chamber staff in a renovation project at the Chamber of Commerce building on Feb. 1. Pictured, from left, are Wayne Mays, Chamber president and CEO; Lowe's employees, Kathy Zambrano, Shawn King, Waylon Buck, Clint Kindle, Ryan Robinson and Joe Hill; and Nathan Reed, Chamber vice president.

Lowe's Heroes from the Siloam Springs Lowe's Store spent their day performing heroic work in the soon-to-be Maker Space at the Chamber of Commerce building on Feb. 1.

Projects at the building, located at 101 N. Mt. Olive St., included removing stubborn plaster from a 70-foot-long brick wall by hand and framing walls for a restroom.

Six Lowe's employees volunteered to join Chamber staff in the renovation project, which will offer residents an opportunity to unleash their imagination in a common space that combines the ability to collaborate, design, and fabricate under one roof.

The Chamber is collecting support in several forms: in-kind, volunteering, teaching/mentoring, equipment donations and monetary.

For more information or to get involved, contact Nathan Reed at 524-6466.

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