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## Project Update

Shown below, the plastering in the high foyer area is nearing completion at the Mead Building. Roger Huntley, shown bringing the plaster surface to a shine, has been donating his time and expertise to work with project director Gregg Homstad since December. The intent is to finish plaster and paint work above the main staircase so that the scaffolding can be removed as soon as possible. If you are interested in volunteering at the museum, we have an important training day co