Topping out ceremony held for Seton Center Outreach project

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A topping-out ceremony celebrated the placement of the last steel beam atop the Seton Center Outreach structure at 226 E. Lincoln Ave. in Emmitsburg, Md.

EMMITSBURG, Md. — A topping-out ceremony was held recently for Morgan-Keller’s Seton Center Outreach project.

The ceremony celebrated the placement of the last steel beam atop the structure at 226 E. Lincoln Ave. in Emmitsburg, Md.

Designed by MSB Architects of Hagerstown, Md., this project involves the construction of a new 13,000-square-foot building to house the outreach office, the Seton Family Store and a large meeting room for workshops and presentations.

Sponsored by the Daughters of Charity, Province of St. Louise, staffed by sisters and lay employees who are local residents and a myriad of volunteers, the center provides services to all members of the community.

Services are provided within the framework of the core values of the Daughters of Charity: humility, simplicity, and charity.

The center serves more than 575 families each year.

For more information, visit www.setoncenter.org.

Morgan-Keller Construction is a general contracting and construction management firm with offices in Frederick and Columbia, Md. For additional information, visit www.morgan
keller.com.

MSB Architects was established in 2004 with a mission to design buildings that enhance both the built and the natural environment. For additional information, visit www.msbarchi
tects.com.