spring cleaning

2008-05-20 22:24:53.000 – Stacey Kawecki,  Observer

Master of the Custodial Arts

Spring cleaning. Not exactly what you would think of when you think of Tuesday nights on the summit. However, this week, we’ve been given a task…and a Rug Doctor. We have been given the task of carpet cleaning…it’s not exactly glamorous, but necessary. After the long winter, and very little of taking off of shoes when walking on carpets, the Rug Doctor is picking up stuff we can barely imagine. We’re preparing for the summer season, when we’ll be giving tours to members (if you are not a member, never fear, because upon arriving at the summit, you can get a trial membership and a tour for a great low price!). Back to Tuesday nights. This is the night when we prepare for the upcoming crew’s arrival…aka cleaning EVERYTHING. One always knows its Tuesday night when the smell of Lestoil lingers in the air. Power Scrubber

Mike following the power scrubber with a mop

Lisa taking care of some dishes

Kyle, attending to the rug’s illness w/ the Rug Doctor

PS. I actually did some work too!


Stacey Kawecki,  Observer

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