~ Newmaker Notes ~
The framework of two by four oak is screwed together, and rounded over on the face. Every space is trimmed with one by three, rounded oak to add bulk and cover the screws. The cross was made and hung by volunteer Gary Meijerink. Stapling the cloth to the back was a job best suited to monkeys, since there was no scaffolding on that side. Once the working show pipes were set into place, the cloth was finished off and the facade was complete.