Restoring the north wing of the old school building.
John Gromko, our Red Hill Fire Department Chaplain, preparing to lend a hand to those working on the floor.
James Sanders, along with assistance from Jim Oliver who can't be seen beneath the floor, leveling the replacement joists in preparation for leveling the floor surface in the room where I attended the 2nd Grade!
Charles Chambers up in the air of the old 1st and 2nd grade class room, giving it a new life with primer and paint!
Staples and nails removed from the ceiling and floors by John Gromko, under Ozzie's supervision of course
The 1st and 2nd grade and the 3rd and 4th grade are approaching completion and looking better than they did in their original condition!
Now we are down to the floor refinishing! Ozzie Abel, Dan Donath and John Gromko on duty for this phase of the renovation.
Bill Garnett and Linda Hall discussing the wonderful progress being made in the restoration of the north wing area.
The beautiful finished rooms that housed the 1st and 2nd grades in the far end and the 3rd and 4th grades in the near end. A wonderful job has been done in the restoration a significant portion of our nearly 100 year building. Thanks to many folks who brought this project to completion, starting w...
We are now in the process of restoring the north wing of the old Red Hill School building. This area is where the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade classes were located in the 1940's and 1950's. We are hoping to have a museum of local artifacts, documents and pics in this area.