|United Church of Ludlow||
The United Church of Ludlow, built in 1891, is getting a fresh coat of paint in its continuing efforts to restore and renovate the historic structure. Following a lengthy evaluation, the church decided it was time to update the building's color and replace some aging shingles and trim. This is part of the ongoing effort of the church's board of trustees to ensure that the building will be well-maintained for future millenium. The United Church of Ludlow is one of four sites in Ludlow honored by being named to the National Register Of Historic Sites.
Men of Church Repaint
Lobby and Stairway
After being named to the prestigious National Register of Historic Places, the men of United Church of Ludlow decided it was time to "spruce up" some of the older portions of the church that had not seen a paint brush in years. Pictured above, from left to right, are Bill Kneebone, Bob Cysyk, and David Almond as they paint the ceiling of the lobby and prepare the walls for a fresh coat of coat. The refurbishing project includes the ceiling and walls of the entry way to the 2nd floor sanctuary, the main stair case, and the main entrance into the church. Men of Church Repaint