Chesapeake frame completed, Iron Workers Local 550 signs names to last girder
On Tuesday, May 7, 2013, the last piece of structural steel was installed on the Chesapeake field office. With union reps present from Ohio and West Virginia, the Iron Workers Local 550 signed their names to the last girder and hoisted it 5 stories to its final resting place. Also present was City Manager Tom Ault and Council Members Cheryle Casar, Guy Guidone, Rick Guiley and Tom McAlister. The 5-story skeleton consists of 600 tons of steel. Fortunately, there were no injuries during construction.
Recognize this still-standing building in downtown Louisville? The above is from Louisville BC (Before Cars)
Scooby Do? Where are you? Apparently he’s just coolin’ at the Metzger residence in the 700 block of West Main St. in Louisville.
The second and third graders at St. Louis School threw a welcome home party for the military soldiers, stationed in Afghanistan, whom they had been corresponding with last school year. To keep Mr. Mark and his troop’s spirits high, the students sent holiday art work, letters and daily prayers their way all year long. Everyone was thrilled to hear, on the first day of school this past fall that Mr. Mark Sundbury and fellow soldiers had safely returned home in late July. To celebrate Veteran’s Day and Thanksgiving Day, the students threw a “Welcome Home Party” on November 9, 2012 to recognize their safe return, and honor their unselfish dedication and sacrifice.