If you’ve cruised by the park in the last month, you might have noticed that the Friends of the Dredge Interpretive store has been undergoing a small transformation.  The building, originally built to be a temporary store/museum until funding was available for an interpretive center, had been getting a little rough around the edges.  It was time for a Face Lift.

Ranger Assistant, Rella Browne, and Interpretive Naturalist, Sara Holloway, took on the task of getting the building taped up, painted, and Everyone pitched in to finish the trim work.  The paint job was followed by the installation of the new deck by park hosts, Skip and Karen Myers, and Park Ranger, Miranda Krane.

Looking Brighter

No more peeling paint!

Trying to figure out what to do with all of those loose ends from left-over projects?  Make flower boxes!

Nothing was wasted.

The store has been scrubbed, loved, and whipped into shape for next season!

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1 Response to Facelift

  1. friendsofthedredge says:

    good job guys! Thanks to everyone who has worked hard this summer on the Dredge!

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