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Daisy Mercado serves Maria Luquin lunch from Salty's BBQ Saturday during the Dream Builders event at Plaza Towers.

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Foothill High student Daisy Mercado serves lunch to those living at Plaza Towers during Saturday's extreme makeover luncheon as part of the Jim Burke Ford Education Foundation program.

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Plaza Towers residents were excited about Saturday's culmination of the Dream Builders extreme makeover project where they live.

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This Dream Builders team members introduce themselves to residents at Plaza Towers Saturday on Wilson Road.

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Dream Builders with the Jim Burke Ford Education Foundation get ready to serve lunch to those living at Plaza Towers as part of their makeover to help the residents obtain a pantry, new couches in the lobby and other items.

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A Dream Builders team gathers before starting the Saturday event at the Plaza Towers, a public housing facility. The Dream Builders team recently did an "extreme makeover" to help beautify Plaza Towers' recreation and sitting area of the lobby.

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East High student Karen Aguirre shows off the new pantry items that a team from the Dream Builders leadership program put together for residents at the Plaza Towers public housing facility. Dream Builders is a program for high school students that's part of the Jim Burke Ford Education Foundation.

A group of teens brought an "extreme makeover" to Bakersfield seniors living at Plaza Towers on Saturday.

The Bright House Networks Dream Builders team worked to beautifty the housing facility on Wilson Road, and revealed the improvements they made. The event also included a catered lunch from Salty's BBQ and entertainment.

Dream Builders is a program of the Jim Burke Education Foudation.

Californian photographer Casey Christie shares these images from the day.