Union volunteers make improvements to Central Lutheran School in St. Paul

Union volunteers stand alongside the walkway to Central Lutheran School they helped construct in time for the start of fall classes. From L to R are Greg Johnson, Tom Reger, Frank Loeffler, Joe DeRasmi, Chris Peltier, Tim House, Gary Reed, Greg Massey, Tom Fox and Rick Maurer.

Union volunteers stand alongside the walkway to Central Lutheran School they helped construct in time for the start of fall classes. From L to R are Greg Johnson, Tom Reger, Frank Loeffler, Joe DeRasmi, Chris Peltier, Tim House, Gary Reed, Greg Massey, Tom Fox and Rick Maurer.

Central Lutheran School in St. Paul is now handicapped accessible, thanks to the goodwill donations of three union trades.

Volunteers from Laborers Local 132, Plasterers Local 265 and Cement Masons Local 633 helped build a concrete walkway to the school, located in St. Paul’s Midway neighborhood, from Lexington Parkway. Local 132 paid for the materials, and McGough Construction, a union contractor, footed the bill for removal of the old walkway.

Additionally, union volunteers and Bolander Construction laid a path of memorial bricks in front the school. The “Walk of Faith Path” will help grow a scholarship fund for children in the neighborhood.

Central Lutheran is a Pre-K through 8th grade Christian school, located at the corner of Lexington and Seminary Avenue.

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