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New brick for Drummond Building

Willig Masonry’s Brady Patton, left, labor foreman, and Lance Willig, right, one of the owners of the company, perform brick work on the front of the Drummond Building. Willig Masonry has been doing the structural work on the building inside and outside since the renovation started on the building. The building front will look as it did in the early 1900s, as the front windows are planned to be removed and all new walls and windows installed.
Willig Masonry’s Brady Patton, left, labor foreman, and Lance Willig, right, one of the owners of the company, perform brick work on the front of the Drummond Building. Willig Masonry has been doing the structural work on the building inside and outside since the renovation started on the building. The building front will look as it did in the early 1900s, as the front windows are planned to be removed and all new walls and windows installed.

Willig Masonry’s Brady Patton, left, labor foreman, and Lance Willig, right, one of the owners of the company, perform brick work on the front of the Drummond Building. Willig Masonry has been doing the structural work on the building inside and outside since the renovation started on the building. The building front will look as it did in the early 1900s, as the front windows are planned to be removed and all new walls and windows installed.

BY JACK BUZBEE

J-C CORRESPONDENT

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