The Bishop, the man in the back with the gray hair, is the one who arranged for the TV station to come to the site. He brought the "Helping Hands vests for the volunteers to put on. That was a nice touch, but they don't wear them while they are painting. The Bishop is there every day. He arranges for the workers to be fed a lunch and he is great support, but he never touches a paint brush. The two on the right are return missionaries and great workers and the one on the left works at the pharmacy.