SUPERIOR, WI (KDAL) - The S.S. Meteor Whaleback on display at its museum in Superior is getting its annual facelift this weekend, and 40-plus volunteers have answered the call to help clean up and paint the 117-year-old ship that is the last remaining of its kind. Crews will be on hand from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today to clean and paint. Organizer Sarah Blanck said this might be the first year in the 10 years of the organized cleanup that the crew will paint portions of the outside of the ship, thanks to cooperative weather. Anyone interested in helping out can head down to the meteor museum on Barker's Island. Show up in paint-worthy clothes because Blanck said she'll likely put a paintbrush in your hand.
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