Four Sets of 'Runners' take Their Turns:
The Relay Race to the Accessible Hoag Bathroom by July 1, the baton has been passed to the second set of 'Runners'
The first group of workers developed the design and overall plan, did the preliminary plumbing and electrical, purchased 2x4's, nails, and the tongue-and-groove for the matching walls. The solid 2x4 frame was installed. The first group included Bob Murphy and Paul Penner.
The second group of workers, members of the Spiritual Life Committee, took over earlier this month and taking responsibility for the installation of walls (ceiling is finished); electrical, plumbing, and door installation. Mem-bers of this group are Larry Beman and Tom Kraft.
The third group of workers will be the cleanup crew. New construction is a dusty, dirty business and the entire first floor will need loving attention to prepare for our friends and guests and the July 4th Family Worship Service at the Dock with rain location being Hoag Gallery First Floor.
The fourth and final group of workers will be headed up by Chuck Dusel who voluntarily took responsibility for the staining of the new tongue-and-groove walls to match the rest of the building. This was reserved for last because of its time consuming nature and lack of June days to accomplish it earlier.
This is one of the only relay races still accepting a few more volunteers and "runners" committed to a time period upgrade to the Hoag. Many thanks to the donors, the workers, and all who supported the project in any way. We look forward to its official dedication.
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