New carpet for St. Michael


Greg Smith, left, of Northridge, wheels away some excess carpet that was cut from the strip of carpet on the right during carpet instillation at St. Michael Catholic Church in Fort Loramie on Thursday, Feb. 25. Walking behind Smith is Crew Chief Dan Yahle, of Dayton. According to St. Michael Catholic Church Parish Business Manager George Sholtis, besides new carpet all the pews are being replaced with new ones. The confessional railings were refurbished and the tabernacle and confessional have been moved to new locations in the church. Sholtis expects all the changes to be finished in time for Palm Sunday Mass.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Greg Smith, left, of Northridge, wheels away some excess carpet that was cut from the strip of carpet on the right during carpet instillation at St. Michael Catholic Church in Fort Loramie on Thursday, Feb. 25. Walking behind Smith is Crew Chief Dan Yahle, of Dayton. According to St. Michael Catholic Church Parish Business Manager George Sholtis, besides new carpet all the pews are being replaced with new ones. The confessional railings were refurbished and the tabernacle and confessional have been moved to new locations in the church. Sholtis expects all the changes to be finished in time for Palm Sunday Mass.

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Greg Smith, left, of Northridge, wheels away some excess carpet that was cut from the strip of carpet on the right during carpet instillation at St. Michael Catholic Church in Fort Loramie on Thursday, Feb. 25. Walking behind Smith is Crew Chief Dan Yahle, of Dayton. According to St. Michael Catholic Church Parish Business Manager George Sholtis, besides new carpet all the pews are being replaced with new ones. The confessional railings were refurbished and the tabernacle and confessional have been moved to new locations in the church. Sholtis expects all the changes to be finished in time for Palm Sunday Mass.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/02/web1_SDN022621ChurchCarpet.jpgGreg Smith, left, of Northridge, wheels away some excess carpet that was cut from the strip of carpet on the right during carpet instillation at St. Michael Catholic Church in Fort Loramie on Thursday, Feb. 25. Walking behind Smith is Crew Chief Dan Yahle, of Dayton. According to St. Michael Catholic Church Parish Business Manager George Sholtis, besides new carpet all the pews are being replaced with new ones. The confessional railings were refurbished and the tabernacle and confessional have been moved to new locations in the church. Sholtis expects all the changes to be finished in time for Palm Sunday Mass. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News