These seniors at Harlem built one of the coolest grills you've seen. 

I can't even begin to think about the planning that went into this or what it would cost on the open market. Look at that thing. It's beautiful. I'll get to the organization that it's for, Miss Carly's in a second, it's a WONDERFUL organization that deserves all the help they can get.

But let's take a look at the grill for a sec.

First of all, like Miss Carly states a few times through the video, this was entirely designed, created, crafted, welded, and any other manufacturing terms you can think of, themselves.

It has duel, large propane burners for large stock pots. You have built-in secure storage. A massive grill grate that I believe supports both gas and charcoal grilling. A built-in hose for cleaning. Plenty of counter space. AND A LIGHT-UP UMBRELLA WITH A BUILT-IN STORAGE TUBE.

I have no idea how to ballpark what this would cost. $50K? It's all custom and one of a kind.

Then when you throw in what it's for, Miss Carly's. One of the most generous charitable organizations in Rockford that is dedicated to feeding and helping out Rockford's homeless. The kids at Harlem even went as far as to include 'Hobo signs," universal symbols that let those in need where they can get help. They really put a lot of thought and care into this Senior project.

Way to go Bill Duncan and his Harlem welders. Word has it that Mr. Duncan is an incredible teacher, I have an inside source, and everyone loves him.

If you want to help out Miss Carly's, you can visit their website here.

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