Young Junior High School was built back in 1921. The school has since closed and is the now the home of the Alfred Saliba Family Services Center.
Much of the building has changed over the years, but some things have remained the same the windows.
With funding from grants the school is getting a face lift
57 windows in the building are being restored.
The Elizabeth Tiller with the Alfred Saliba Center said they want the project to continue beyond the 57 windows.
There are 74 additional windows that need to be restored and the center is asking for the community's help.
"Roughly it's like $1,000 per window for it to be done and we need the community to step in to help," said Tiller.
The project started in July and should be complete by December.