Clearing a site for history

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Messenger photos by Rick Palsgrove Clearing a site for history Volunteers from the Groveport Heritage and Preservation Society pitched in on July 18 to help cut up a large silver maple tree, which was estimated to be 40 to 60 feet high and located on a triangular piece of land along Wirt Road the city of Groveport donated to the society.  Burns Tree Service felled the tree and volunteers, including Bob Cramer and Steve Thomson pictured here, then cleared the brush. The society is in the process of moving a 62x21 foot one story, brick, 19th century canal era structure, that is believed to have once been used as a bakery, ice house and smokehouse, to the site.
Messenger photos by Rick Palsgrove
Clearing a site for history
Volunteers from the Groveport Heritage and Preservation Society pitched in on July 18 to help cut up a large silver maple tree, which was estimated to be 40 to 60 feet high and located on a triangular piece of land along Wirt Road the city of Groveport donated to the society. Burns Tree Service felled the tree and volunteers, including Bob Cramer and Steve Thomson pictured here, then cleared the brush. The society is in the process of moving a 62×21 foot one story, brick, 19th century canal era structure, that is believed to have once been used as a bakery, ice house and smokehouse, to the site.

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