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Bandshell skeleton pegged, bolted in place in short order by framing crew

Dan McClelland

Bandshell skeleton pegged, bolted in place in short order by framing crew
Last Tuesday evening saw the start of the erection of the timbers that form the skeleton of the new Lions bandshell in the Flanders Park section of the village municipal park. A small crew from New Energy Works timber framers with the help of the company's crane was able to peg all the timbers together in less than five hours and by mid-day Wednesday it was all put together.  This week a Lions Club detail of volunteers consisting of carpenters both in the club and in the community will begin to put some meat on the bandshell framework which will include inch and one half thick mahogany tongue and groove roof decking.  The finish work there, which will also include a small closet in the rear of the performing venue,  is under the direction of Contractor Tom LaMere, an officer of the Tupper Lake Lions Club for for many years. These photos show some of the company's crew members handling the large Douglas Fir timbers early Wednesday.  Also on site that morning were Electrical Superintendent Marc Staves and Lineman Chris Zaidan to keep an eye on the conduits and other electrical infrastructure placed there in recent weeks by the village electric crew.  The photos below show some of the village leaders on site about 9:30 a.m. and some of the work in the late morning. (photos by Dan McClelland and Ian Roantree)