Check this out: http://habichradio.vox.com/. It's the result of many hours and late nights and too many runs to Lowe's Home Improvement. I'm sure there are some before pictures, but the after ones are simply stunning.
Tip 'o cap to all our great volunteers at The Rock for raising the atmosphere of the Children's Wing again, after many years of creating, dreaming and envisioning. Look at the leaps made in just the past five years!
And the carefully look at the bathrooms. Yes, those are in a church. Not The Metropolitan or El Gaucho or Salish (Washington State fancy places). In a church in the town of Monroe, the foothills of the Cascades.
To the critics (there always are some): They're called restrooms for a reason. We want people to feel at ease, not feel like they're at an outhouse. And it doesn't cost millions of dollars- a small change for big gain (I heard something like that from someone). And (how many English professors are cringing in my use of "and" thus far?) in the words of Ikea: you don't have to be rich, just smart.