Immanuel Lutheran nearing move to new building


Marvin Olive, an employee of D&M Steel Erectors, welds a piece of the support structure on the new elementary school at Immanuel Lutheran School in Honey Creek. The school is undergoing its first expansion in more than 30 years.

Marvin Olive, an employee of D&M Steel Erectors, welds a piece of the support structure on the new elementary school at Immanuel Lutheran School in Honey Creek. The school is undergoing its first expansion in more than 30 years. Photo by Julie Smith.

By the first of 2012, fifth- through eighth-grade students at Immanuel Lutheran School will be out of a portable building and the first to move in to the new school building.

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Steel beams frame the shell of the 20,000-square-foot project started this spring at the school located at Honey Creek.

Teachers in the other grades eagerly will await ....

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