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By Terrie Schmidt-Crosby
The Record 

Work continues on Old Town Hall project


Last updated 8/12/2021 at 9:36am

Photos by Terri King

Lions Club members and students in FBLA work in the Old Town Hall. On scaffolding, top: Rod Webster, Cade Weber, Brenik Iverson, Shawn Steward. Bottom: Jacob Anderson, Randy Manley, Chuck Watkins. Students, back: Emily Scrupps, Daeton Deife, Zach Claassen, Bo Walter, Jacob Scrupps, Chad Strebeck, Tyesn Kuchenbuch, Zane Hamper-Rosman, Dakota Steward. Front: Casen Watson, Melloney Deife, Austin Read, Hayden Schuh, Kenzy Kuchenbuch.

ODESSA – The $68,000 grant from Lowe's, won recently through a joint effort by Odessa non-profit groups and volunteers in the Lowe's 100 Hometowns project (see July 29, 2021 issue of The Odessa Record at for the full story), is being put to good use. This past weekend, members of the Odessa Lion's Club and a group of volunteer students worked to remove the false ceiling in the south room of the Old Town Hall. The volunteers are helping to restore the room's original tin ceiling. In the weeks to come, plans are to repair, repaint and rewire the room and reinstall the o...

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