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THE MILLER-PIEHL BUILDING

THE MILLER-PIEHL BUILDING
The renovation work on the Miller-Piehl Building has been completed. One of the oldest buildings in the city (1893), the building serves as a 1930's general store. After extensive tuck pointing and exterior repair the building is now in good shape. Fortunately, thanks to our generous donors, a sustainability fund was established and the total cost of $35,000.00 for restoration was financed through the historical society budget without any tax dollars involved. The west side of the building faces Main Street and that is where the new historical mural is displayed. In order to mount the mural and prepare the building aesthetically, a considerable amount of work had to be done.

Fortunately, Schuh Construction is a great friend of the historical society and an impressive community citizen. Windows were bricked in and a base layer was prepared suitable to mount the aluminum panels. Pudge and Cassie Schuh did the final preparation and installment of the mural in time for the 10-year celebration of the museum. Overall it was a great team effort. The donors and volunteers are listed below.

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