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A Productive day at the
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other members converged in Memphis, Tennessee
in early october for a day of service at the
Members of the Gulf Coast NoMMA
Network and upper Midwest Chapter of
NoMMA, as well as other volunteers, made
the journey to the beautiful museum campus, which is located on the banks of the
Mississippi River. The two projects for the
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day included the painting of the library AdA
handrail and the refurbishing, completion, and
painting of the gazebo metalwork.
After a breakfast of donuts and biscuits,
the volunteers divided into two groups and
began their projects for the day. A "thanks"
to the staff of Keeler iron Works, who had
pre-fabricated some missing sections to the
gazebo. old paint was removed from existing
sections, both by hand and wire brush wheels.
Meanwhile, other volunteers installed several
Preparing the gazebo for painting was one
of the most time-consuming tasks of the day.
Nearby art objects and other items all had to be
painstakingly covered with plastic to protect
them from overspray.
By the end of the day, the painting was completed and the gazebo metalwork looked like
new. Rob Keeler, a past Metal Museum board
nick prepares the gazebo for painting.
James Moseley and nOMMA president Allyn Moseley prepare their
equipment for the gazebo project.
Randy LeBlanc and scott colson position a rail panel into place.
The completed project.
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of O&MM Fabricator - November/December 2015
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
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O&MM Fabricator - November/December 2015