Always, Always Service above Self

Last February a windstorm took half the roof off a trailer that Eaglemount had been using. Eaglemount tried to find some way to get rid of it, offering it “free for the hauling” or even to the fire department for training. There were no takers. Some volunteers "demo-ed" parts of the inside, but the project was just too big. So it sat. And sat. 
Kurt Baltrusch drove by it several times and, knowing that our club has been looking for projects, contacted Gaines McFadden to see if it could be repaired. Gaines said the best option would be to tear it down.  After getting the go-ahead from the Rotary Board and Deb at Eaglemount, Kurt got to work.
Kurt was hoping parts of the structure could be salvaged, but the consensus was that it was too far gone – especially after being exposed to the weather since February.  Because the insulation is still good, Klinefelter's Insulation is allowing Rotary to use its equipment in exchange for the insulation. Kurt got the machine last week and Sheila Rice, Art Taft, Gaines and a friend of Kurt's, Bob Scalese from East Glacier, got about half of the roof insulation out. The next day Art and Kurt came back to finish that part of the job.