A new era


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Workers apply stain and paint to areas of the staircase at the former St. Joseph’s House on Wednesday in Troy. According to Deb Grant, countless volunteers have assisted in getting the home restored and ready for its new residents who will move in this weekend in preparation of the upcoming school year. The refurbished home will allow for student housing with University of Dayton graduate students through the Lalanne Program at UD, said Grant. An open house is scheduled at the structure, which was built in 1843, one of the older existing homes in Troy, for public viewing today from 4-8 p.m.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Workers apply stain and paint to areas of the staircase at the former St. Joseph’s House on Wednesday in Troy. According to Deb Grant, countless volunteers have assisted in getting the home restored and ready for its new residents who will move in this weekend in preparation of the upcoming school year. The refurbished home will allow for student housing with University of Dayton graduate students through the Lalanne Program at UD, said Grant. An open house is scheduled at the structure, which was built in 1843, one of the older existing homes in Troy, for public viewing today from 4-8 p.m.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Workers apply stain and paint to areas of the staircase at the former St. Joseph’s House on Wednesday in Troy. According to Deb Grant, countless volunteers have assisted in getting the home restored and ready for its new residents who will move in this weekend in preparation of the upcoming school year. The refurbished home will allow for student housing with University of Dayton graduate students through the Lalanne Program at UD, said Grant. An open house is scheduled at the structure, which was built in 1843, one of the older existing homes in Troy, for public viewing today from 4-8 p.m.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_160726aw_St_Josephs_2032.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Workers apply stain and paint to areas of the staircase at the former St. Joseph’s House on Wednesday in Troy. According to Deb Grant, countless volunteers have assisted in getting the home restored and ready for its new residents who will move in this weekend in preparation of the upcoming school year. The refurbished home will allow for student housing with University of Dayton graduate students through the Lalanne Program at UD, said Grant. An open house is scheduled at the structure, which was built in 1843, one of the older existing homes in Troy, for public viewing today from 4-8 p.m.
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