BOONEVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) -- This is one set of storm shelters that will be easy to spot.
In Booneville, members of the community are volunteering their time to paint shelters located at a park on the east side of town.
Initially, the plan was to paint the shelters when the United Way held their "Day of Caring" event, but that was rained out.
The process began Wednesday with a number of people including First American National Bank employees, the Mayor of Booneville and others.
Members of the Booneville Boys and Girls Club are expected to finish the process.
"Working a non-profit and you're working with children, you don't get a whole lot of people rushing in to help do things for you, but whenever the students hear about people coming in, it makes such a difference to them," Boys and Girls Club Unit Director Angelique Jumper said.
Students designed the murals which depict people, the sky and a dragon.