Marco Island Marriott front desk employees Amal Khalil, center, and Gareth Marsh, right, paint one of the girls’ bathrooms at Youth Haven on Tuesday morning as part of a community service project. Youth Haven is an emergency shelter for children who have been removed from their homes by the state for their own protection. Five children’s bedrooms in Youth Haven are being painted and decorated with various themes such as a castle, pirate, and surf for the boy’s rooms and pink and yellow diamonds and apple green and lavender for the girl’s rooms. The rooms will be completed Saturday by child advocate Karen Stabile and Lu Lu Belle’s Children’s Boutique owner, Linda Kilo, the organizers of the makeover.

Photo by LEXEY SWALL, Daily News

Marco Island Marriott front desk employees Amal Khalil, center, and Gareth Marsh, right, paint one of the girls’ bathrooms at Youth Haven on Tuesday morning as part of a community service project. Youth Haven is an emergency shelter for children who have been removed from their homes by the state for their own protection. Five children’s bedrooms in Youth Haven are being painted and decorated with various themes such as a castle, pirate, and surf for the boy’s rooms and pink and yellow diamonds and apple green and lavender for the girl’s rooms. The rooms will be completed Saturday by child advocate Karen Stabile and Lu Lu Belle’s Children’s Boutique owner, Linda Kilo, the organizers of the makeover.

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