Volunteer members of the local Eagles Aerie No. 2618 are systematically working to renovate the roof of their Main Street building and have removed old layers of roof in preparation for renewing the structure prior to a new roof being applied. The second-floor ballroom has seen better days but members are determined to complete the renovation work on the historic downtown structure.
DAYTON–Twenty-twentyone will be the year the Dayton Eagles will long remember as they work diligently on replacing the roof of their aerie in downtown Dayton.
Thankfully, it has rained very little in April, says Trustee Lupe Benavides.
Volunteers are working to reinforce the roof's structure and remove five layers of previous roofing materials in preparation for an application of a torched-do...