April showers may bring May flowers – and what do we like better at Rudy’s Happy Patch Market? – but they also bring puddles.
“None of us like wet feet,” says Perry Wellness Center founder and CEO Stuart Perry. “We try to remove any water puddles to assure that our peers, staff, and customers have clear paths when walking our campus.”
Not that Stuart is complaining. “We need rain to survive,” he notes. “Each time God sends us rain, we save money and are thankful.” While the center and market have both mechanical and human watering systems, nothing beats spring rain.
Because of expanded foot traffic on campus this spring, staff and peers such as Tyshaun Thomas, pictured above, sweep away puddles that collect in lower areas.