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Hector Noe, of Castillo, shaves off styrofoam from the outside of the First United Methodist Church creating a shower of styrofoam pieces on Friday, Oct. 18. A layer of styrofoam is being used to create a more level outer surface for the First United Methodist Church before being painted. The painters expect to be finished painting the church in about two months. The color of the church should be close to what it was before the new paint job.

Hector Noe, of Castillo, shaves off styrofoam from the outside of the First United Methodist Church creating a shower of styrofoam pieces on Friday, Oct. 18. A layer of styrofoam is being used to create a more level outer surface for the First United Methodist Church before being painted. The painters expect to be finished painting the church in about two months. The color of the church should be close to what it was before the new paint job.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Hector Noe, of Castillo, shaves off styrofoam from the outside of the First United Methodist Church creating a shower of styrofoam pieces on Friday, Oct. 18. A layer of styrofoam is being used to create a more level outer surface for the First United Methodist Church before being painted. The painters expect to be finished painting the church in about two months. The color of the church should be close to what it was before the new paint job.

Hector Noe, of Castillo, shaves off styrofoam from the outside of the First United Methodist Church creating a shower of styrofoam pieces on Friday, Oct. 18. A layer of styrofoam is being used to create a more level outer surface for the First United Methodist Church before being painted. The painters expect to be finished painting the church in about two months. The color of the church should be close to what it was before the new paint job.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/10/web1_SDN101919PaintChurch.jpgHector Noe, of Castillo, shaves off styrofoam from the outside of the First United Methodist Church creating a shower of styrofoam pieces on Friday, Oct. 18. A layer of styrofoam is being used to create a more level outer surface for the First United Methodist Church before being painted. The painters expect to be finished painting the church in about two months. The color of the church should be close to what it was before the new paint job. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News