Point Lookout Lighthouse Preservation Society (PLLPS), Inc.
April 26, 2009
Volunteers from the Point Lookout Lighthouse Preservation Society spent a wonderfully sunny day accomplishing some long overdue tasks at the lighthouse. We repaired the damaged shingles on the Potomac River side of the roof. Not only will this prevent water damage, the repaired roof looks much better after the repair. In keeping with the Potomac River side theme, volunteers also sanded and painted the entrance steps to the lighthouse, which were in dire need of a good two coats of paint. We also continued pruning and trimming the yard, which has grown wild with all of the rain that we have had this spring.
Working to remove a pesky stump before the troublesome tree returns.
Dustin diligently sands the Potomac River side steps in preparation for a new coat of paint.
Kim works in the yard to make the sidewalk look nice.
Just like at home, the yard work at the lighthouse is never done!
Lisa nails a shingle into place to ensure that water does not enter the lighthouse
Lisa and Robert perch on the roof to replace missing shingles
Robert and Chuck work on adding downspout extenders to keep water away from the lighthouse's foundation
Photos by Sandra Sableski