Steve Combs, president of the Enos Park Neighborhood Improvement Association, said afterward that the four houses and one business will be a part of the group’s Oct. 6 Before and After Home Tour.
The properties the students worked on will be among the “before” properties, which will show tour-goers what some properties in Enos Park look like before they are restored. Other stops on the tour will showcase homes in various phases of renovation and examples of completed projects.
During Saturday’s cleanup, the student volunteers spent most of the day hauling trash out of the five properties.
“They were such hard workers,” Combs said. “We were trying to get these places cleaned up. It ran anywhere from furniture, clothing and electronics that were left by the last tenants to garbage and trash.”
The Enos Park Before and After Tour is scheduled to run from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6. Advance tickets can be purchased for $5 each at area Qik n EZ convenience stores.