Students tackle historic project in North Omaha
Students spent three days to redevelop Carver Bank building into a work of art
Students spent three days to redevelop Carver Bank building into a work of art Video by kmtv.comvideo
A group of high school and college students aren't just sitting around on their fall break, they're putting in sweat equity into a North Omaha area that's rich in history. It's the sound of generosity. A massive transformation by volunteers from Omaha's North High School and UNL, carving a piece of art into Carver Bank at 24th and Lake.
North junior Ciera Sanwick says, "Today I have been moving a lot of lumber. We've been cutting down trees and moving rocks." Jessica Scheuerman with the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art says, "We have them a wish list of things we wanted to get done. They showed up at 9am and accomplished everything for the day in the first hour."