Volunteers at the Kaatza Station Museum in Lake Cowichan meet every Thursday to work on the many projects needing attention around the property.
This past Thursday, July 5, volunteers Paul Anderson and George Foster, along with summer student employee Jack Seimens, were hard at work tearing down the worn wheelchair access ramp to the Bell Tower School behind the museum in preparation for building a new one.
The red and yellow cedar wood that will replace the old deck was donated a while ago by Timber West and a local resident.
Central Island Power Line also came a week early to dig the hole for the new pole which will support a grapple. The new pole will be erected on July 12.