If you've been driving around town and seen, or woken up to find on your own front lawn, a toilet painted purple and green, it's not a practical joke or an act of vandalism.
The TransFormed Youth from Sheridan Wesleyan Church are "flushing out hunger" as they raise money for World Vision and prepare to take part in a 30-Hour Famine at the end of the month.
Jordan and Jenny Davis are group leaders for TransFormed Youth, and Jenny explains how they took on the World Vision project.
As for the potty placement, Jenny says, the World Vision kit they received gave them the idea.
The Potty Patrol will be out daily to collect money from donors and to move the toilets to newly-purchased "locations." And, should you not enjoy having a purple and green-colored toilet appear on your lawn, you can purchase "Potty Protection."
It all culminates in the 30-Hour Famine that will take place at the Sheridan Wesleyan Church Friday and Saturday, March 25th and 26th. The Davises tell us.
Since beginning the "Flushing Out Hunger" project at the beginning of the week, the Potty Patrol has already collected about $300. Donations will be accepted until March 25th.
To donate or to find out more, call Jordan at 461-7882.
$5 - gets the toilet removed from your lawn
$10 - you can choose who gets the toilet next
$15 - Potty Protection to keep toilet off your lawn
$20 - "steal" another toilet and have it sent somewhere else