FIREHOUSE DOORS GET REWORKED — Dan Martin of the M.J. Dakota company of Oneida removes bricks from around the doors Tuesday at the Lee Center firehouse, as part of reconfiguring the doors to better fit newer firefighting vehicles. Four doors will be reconfigured into three wider doors, in a project involving an $88,900 contract that was approved in April by the Town of Lee Board of Fire Commissioners. The work will be completed in about four weeks, said board Chairman Patrick Hetherington. Some vehicles are remaining in the building during the project, while two are outside and one is at the nearby town Highway Department garage. (Sentinel photo by John Clifford)
Work underway at Lee Center firehouse
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Foothills Rural Community Ministry schedules annual meeting
Roast pork dinner January 28
Dinner dance aids camping ministry, community outreach
- 4:00pm 01/20/18Foothills Rural Community Ministry schedules annual meeting
- 4:00pm 01/20/18Roast pork dinner January 28
- 4:00pm 01/20/18Dinner dance aids camping ministry, community outreach
- 4:00pm 01/20/18Jesus paid it all: What do we owe him?
- 4:00pm 01/13/18String Bee performs Jan. 20
- 4:00pm 01/13/18Women’s group meets Tuesday
- 4:00pm 01/13/18What it means to celebrate the ‘year of the family’
- 4:00pm 01/06/18MLK celebration set for Jan. 14
- 4:00pm 01/06/18Westernville Presbyterian Church to celebrate 200th anniversary
- 4:00pm 01/06/18Foothills Rural Community Ministry sets January hours