Montauk Community Church Installing Elevator At Long Last - 27 East

Montauk Community Church Installing Elevator At Long Last

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Chair of the church's building committee

Chair of the church's building committee

 Karen Rade

Karen Rade

 and Contractor Sean Tyrell with the driver who delivered the elevator in November.

and Contractor Sean Tyrell with the driver who delivered the elevator in November.

The new elevator shaft goes in at the Montauk Community Church. SHAYE WEAVER

The new elevator shaft goes in at the Montauk Community Church. SHAYE WEAVER

authorShaye Weaver on Dec 17, 2013
The Montauk Community Church is reaching new heights with the installation of a new elevator, giving seniors and those with disabilities a leg up when they visit the church. According... more

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