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Ryan McGorman, left, and Carlos Carvalho, of Carlos Carvalho Masonry, prepare stone slabs Friday afternoon for a clock, donated by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, which will be installed on the waterfront at McGregor Park. The slabs, donated by K2 Stone, will form the bench and planter around the base of the clock. JSK Traffic Services was also donating time to the project. - Chris Bush photo
Ryan McGorman, left, and Carlos Carvalho, of Carlos Carvalho Masonry, prepare stone slabs Friday afternoon for a clock, donated by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, which will be installed on the waterfront at McGregor Park. The slabs, donated by K2 Stone, will form the bench and planter around the base of the clock. JSK Traffic Services was also donating time to the project.
— image credit: Chris Bush photo
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