Wood shop volunteer and Red Hat, Bob Goodman, offered to take on a messy task. When he heard that five years worth of coins from the water fountains at Owings Mills Mall, owned by General Growth Properties, had been donated to Habitat Chesapeake, he stepped up to the task of cleaning the money to be processed. He knew that the bank would not accept them after years under water so he has been washing six buckets of coins in a vinegar mixture and separating out the car wash and arcade tokens from the currency. It’s not an easy job, but Bob says that the motivation to do it comes from the estimated $1,500 to $2,000 that Habitat will gain from the donation. Thank you, Bob, and thank you to General Growth Properties at Owings Mills Mall!