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Building Update - Nov 20

November 20 2013
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What a difference two weeks makes!  What had been complete rubble has turned into something that resembles our new home.  The demolition is complete in the upstairs and has moved into the basement.  They waited to start on the basement for two reasons: 1. the upstairs is the more complex area of construction (with the Sanctuary and Entryway), and 2. the basement has much more material to be removed.  In the upstairs, you can see the air conditioning systems being installed in the Sanctuary.  In the Office and Nursery, walls are being framed in.  Over the next few weeks, they will also get sheetrock and electrical work.  And the pool is even getting work.  They are building a metal frame inside the pool and covering it with a concrete floor so we’ll have a Fellowship Hall.


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