Eaton United Church of Christ underwent many improvements in its day. The original plaster ceiling had been covered by a concealed-spline tile ceiling. The problems began when a tile fell and hit a parishioner. After learning the desires of the congregation, the tile ceiling was removed and the plaster ceiling was restored.
The tile was removed and the problems with the existing plaster were resolved.
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