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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri United Methodist Church gets a new roof

Saturday, September 24, 2011 | 5:45 p.m. CDT; updated 2:05 p.m. CDT, Sunday, September 25, 2011
Heriberto Tolentino Velazco wears a utility belt where he carries his tools that are used in the re-roofing of the Missouri United Methodist Church on Friday. There were more than a dozen workers involved in re-roofing the church.

COLUMBIA — The Missouri United Methodist Church has spent the last four weeks creating a new roof for the church.

There were as many as 14 people on the site working with wooden planks and shingles to re-roof the church, located on South Ninth Street.

Six workers place the new shingles on the north side of the roof at Missouri Methodist Church on Tuesday afternoon. About 25,000 square feet of impact resistant shingles were used.
Javier Aguirre talks on the phone during a break from work on Tuesday afternoon on Locust Street. The workday starts between 6:30 and 7 a.m. and can last until 8 p.m. as part of the job to re-roof the Missouri United Methodist Church.
Workers move material along the roof of Missouri United Methodist Church. It took two days for the workers to load the material onto the roof.
Two of the 14 workers, who are helping to re-roof the Missouri United Methodist Church, take a brief break Tuesday, on the roof. The church is located on South Ninth Street.
Oscar Perez Antonio, on the ground, talks to his coworker, Antonio Velazco, on Friday behind Missouri United Methodist Church. The two are helping to remove the leftover material from the re-roofing of the church.
Heriberto Tolentino Velazco removes a nail from a wood plaque that is being used in the re-roofing of the Missouri United Methodist Church on Friday. It took four weeks to complete the new roof for the church.
Antonio Velazco receives a wood plaque from his coworkers on Friday behind Missouri Methodist Church.

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