What has three hammers, two drills and only one visible foot? An industrious monopod? Actually, no, it’s these people! This is Linda Bliss, Steve Christensen and Jennifer Stacy, all from Rotary Club of Concord, along with Art Michaud and Pete Crateau from Granite State Glass. The Rotary Club continues to invest time, talent and treasure in Child and Family Services’ transitional living home on Perley Street. Over the years, the Rotary has dedicated itself to the CFS Transitional Living Program, which provides housing, life skills training and supportive services to formerly homeless youth as they work toward becoming self-sufficient, independent adults. During these final weeks of summer, a team from Rotary spends Wednesdays refurbishing the house, making major repairs and improvements. The project is being coordinated by Mike Stacy of the Rotary Club, with donations of material and labor from Granite State Glass, and supplies from Big Jim’s, with the help of Don Steenbeke, Jr. For more information on the CFS Transitional Living Program, visit, cfsnh.org.