BBQ Pit Progress = December 2011 - May 2012


Our expansion made it necessary to relocate the barbeque pit. This is one of many = extremely = important projects that help support the Museum. The Sunday barbeque is always a sell out and generates, much needed, income for the Museum.

As reported by Roger Austin. April - June 2012 newsletter.

BBQ Shelter Finished in Time for Exhibition

Reg Chester and his crew put the final touches on the new BBQ Shelter, a project that began this winter. The building is 16 X 33 feet and 10 feet high. It can be used to shelter the BBQ pit in summer and protect large equipment in winter. The building utilizes lumber produced by Jim Mitchell on his bandsaw mill and by other members operating the Museum's sawmill during past exhibitions. The building crew included Kevin Finnegan, Joe Finnegan, Wayne Hill, Myron Langford, Don Lustyik, Jim McGraw, Paul Moore, Bob Tracy, Ken Tupper, and Reg Chester.



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As reported by Shirley Dickinson

Reggie Chester, Wayne Hill, Bob Tracy, Don L, and others have been busy with the rafters on the new barbeque pit.

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As reported by Reggie Chester

The stone at the pit is done as well as the rafters which will be installed in the spring.

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As reported by Shirley Dickinson

Regie Chester and Ken Tupper have been busy today working on the new barbeque pit.

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