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Day One

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The remodel begins! This temporary wall will help contain some of the dust during demoliton and construction.  

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Pre-Construction Meeting

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Room 140 will soon disappear as we know it... but today it housed an important meeting. Our subcontractors met to schedule out the timeline of the next few months. We're thankful to everyone who is working to make this project run smoothly. We also want to note that there were a lot of beards...

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Preparing for Phase One

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The team posed with their completed checklist from Saturday's work day. Great job! What a terrific work day we had on Saturday, January 26.  After a couple of postponements the list was getting long and the time was getting short.  East White Oakers showed up ready to work.  We...

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Repurposing Materials

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In preparation for our renovation, volunteers Greg Wallgren and Steve Allison moved cabinets and countertop from room 140 (a space being converted from classroom to office) to room 173. It was terrific that these items could be repurposed and continue to serve our East White Oak church family...

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Moving Forward

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Subcontractors bidding on the renovation project were invited to the church to see in person the areas of the building being improved.  We had a terrific turnout.  Representatives from Catalyst Construction (our General Contractor) and our architect, Blake Knapp, were here to answer...

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Design Team Meeting

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Our Renovation Finishes Team met today to pick out flooring, countertops, ceramic tile, and bathroom stalls for the remodel. We appreciate the volunteer input of Heather Farinas and Shalyn McClusky. Heather has a gift for decorating and design, while Shaylyn has a background in architecture and...

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Gettin' Started

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We had some experts here last week exploring our attic as we prepare to remodel. We’re grateful for their expertise! From left: Jason White and Britt Steffen (Catalyst Construction), architect Blake Knapp (Atelier), and structural engineer Larry Stevig.

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