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NOT SITTING IDLE Furloughed workers volunteer to put mud plaster on San Miguel Mission

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Posted: Wednesday, October 9, 2013 6:28 pm

Three National Park Service employees on furlough due to the federal government’s partial shutdown found something to do with their free time on Wednesday: slapping mud plaster on San Miguel Mission, a Santa Fe landmark known as the oldest church.

Lauren Meyer, a conservator with the cultural resource program at the Santa Fe office of the National Park Service, filled cracks on the south side of the adobe structure’s second level.

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