The basement is all that's left of the building that stood next to Greensburg's famous big well. Volunteers stepped up to the dirty job of sorting out what's trash and what they can salvage on Friday.
"It's a monumental task we're doing so I'm just honored to be a part of it," says WenDee LaPant. LaPant is the Assistant Director for the Kansas Sampler Foundation.
The group has been leading the effort to clean-up and restore the world's largest hand dug well. Dedication that is leaving the well's staff nearly speechless.
Karen Martin is the Manager of the Big Well Tourism Center. She tells Eyewitness News that "I am overwhelmed and amazed. Humbled by all the support and help from all over the state."