New LCAA addition takes shape


Hughes Construction, of Versailles, began working on the Liberty Center Association for the Arts Inc. expansion Thursday in downtown Sedalia. By Friday, the men were well on their way in framing-up the new addition that will house several art galleries and provide access to the LCAA theater. Kyler Penner, an employee of Hughes Construction, cuts a two-by-four board Friday.


Tim Hughes, left, owner of Hughes Construction, said Friday they plan to have the roof on the addition by the end of next week. “Unless it rains,” he added. He was working along side Liam Martin, right.


Liam Martin, an employee of Hughes Construction, climbs a ladder Friday while framing the new addition for LCAA. The $1 million in renovations at LCAA were raised with donations from several local people including Joe Fischer, Bob and Barbara Hayden, Barbara Schrader, Sylvia Thompson and Betty Hopkins.


Hughes Construction, of Versailles, began working on the Liberty Center Association for the Arts Inc. expansion Thursday in downtown Sedalia. By Friday, the men were well on their way in framing-up the new addition that will house several art galleries and provide access to the LCAA theater. Kyler Penner, an employee of Hughes Construction, cuts a two-by-four board Friday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_TSD090515LCAAConstruction-1.jpgHughes Construction, of Versailles, began working on the Liberty Center Association for the Arts Inc. expansion Thursday in downtown Sedalia. By Friday, the men were well on their way in framing-up the new addition that will house several art galleries and provide access to the LCAA theater. Kyler Penner, an employee of Hughes Construction, cuts a two-by-four board Friday.

Tim Hughes, left, owner of Hughes Construction, said Friday they plan to have the roof on the addition by the end of next week. “Unless it rains,” he added. He was working along side Liam Martin, right.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_TSD090515LCAAConstruction-2.jpgTim Hughes, left, owner of Hughes Construction, said Friday they plan to have the roof on the addition by the end of next week. “Unless it rains,” he added. He was working along side Liam Martin, right.

Liam Martin, an employee of Hughes Construction, climbs a ladder Friday while framing the new addition for LCAA. The $1 million in renovations at LCAA were raised with donations from several local people including Joe Fischer, Bob and Barbara Hayden, Barbara Schrader, Sylvia Thompson and Betty Hopkins.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_TSD090515LCAAConstruction-3.jpgLiam Martin, an employee of Hughes Construction, climbs a ladder Friday while framing the new addition for LCAA. The $1 million in renovations at LCAA were raised with donations from several local people including Joe Fischer, Bob and Barbara Hayden, Barbara Schrader, Sylvia Thompson and Betty Hopkins.

Hughes Construction, of Versailles, began working on the Liberty Center Association for the Arts Inc. expansion Thursday in downtown Sedalia. By Friday, the men were well on their way in framing-up the new addition that will house several art galleries and provide access to the LCAA theater. Kyler Penner, an employee of Hughes Construction, cuts a two-by-four board Friday.

Tim Hughes, left, owner of Hughes Construction, said Friday they plan to have the roof on the addition by the end of next week. “Unless it rains,” he added. He was working along side Liam Martin, right.

Liam Martin, an employee of Hughes Construction, climbs a ladder Friday while framing the new addition for LCAA. The $1 million in renovations at LCAA were raised with donations from several local people including Joe Fischer, Bob and Barbara Hayden, Barbara Schrader, Sylvia Thompson and Betty Hopkins.

Sedalia Democrat
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