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    Petterson Oliveira installs epoxy floors in the main building at Camp Sunshine. When the camp shut down because of the pandemic, people stepped up to help renovate its main building.

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    Petterson Oliveira and Tiago Oliveira work on the floors in the main building. Camp Sunshine has taken advantage of a pandemic closure to do more than $400,000 in major renovations to its main building.

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    Michael Katz, left, the executive director of Camp Sunshine, and Jake Andrews, the president of Saulnier Epoxy Floors, inside the dining area in the main building at Camp Sunshine. Andrew’s company teamed up with another, Sika Corporation, to donate thousands of dollars of materials and labor to redo the floors at the camp.

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    Andy Rines, of Miracle Drywall, does the finishing on a wall at Camp Sunshine.

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    Cesar Rivera installs epoxy floors in the main building at Camp Sunshine. Worn vinyl tile flooring was removed throughout the building this month and super-durable, easy-to-clean epoxy flooring is being installed.

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    Michael Katz, left, the executive director of Camp Sunshine, and Jake Andrews, the president of Saulnier Epoxy Floors, inside the dining area in the main building at Camp Sunshine.

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    Jefferson Oliveira, center, works alongside three others from Saulnier Epoxy Floors to install new floors in the main building at Camp Sunshine.

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    Camp Sunshine is getting new floors in the main building with the help of donations.

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