Decorating inside Eckhart Public Library

Ed McGee of Evergreene Architectural Arts applies a stencil patten to the wall in the historic 1911 wing of Eckhart Public Library in Auburn. The New York-based company also will apply a stencil to the ceiling and the original entryway. “The stencils were designed out of the stained-glass windows for this room,” said Chuck Knox, supervisor for the library’s remodeling and restoration after a July 2017 arson fire. Recent work inside the library includes installation of carpet, flooring and ceiling tiles as crews work toward a goal of reopening before the end of the year.

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