Photo: New shelter being built at Twin Lakes

Joe Gonzales, right, and other employees of Pollard Construction build a cement foundation for a new shelter at Twin Lakes on Friday. Volunteers will be framing in the building which will be used as a warming shelter during the skating season.

Joe Gonzales, right, and other employees of Pollard Construction build a cement foundation for a new shelter at Twin Lakes on Friday. Volunteers will be framing in the building which will be used as a warming shelter during the skating season.

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