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Top 7 Ways to Use Your Home’s Wasted Space (Woodworking)

Posted by netorius on March 3, 2007

Popular Mechanics – With a little creativity and basic carpentry skills, any homeowner can win the space race. Here’s how to start without getting into trouble. 1. Be Ruthless First, move everything that’s cluttering a room into another area. Organize it into three

North Country Contractors to Sponsor Sportsmen Division in LaCrosse
Who Won – While many builders sub-contract their carpentry work on home construction, North Country employs all of their own carpenters to assure the best workmanship on each and every project. We can custom build on your site or on one of our select sites

Trades training gets big boost
Calgary Herald – In Calgary, SAIT Polytechnic will receive funding for 1,120 new apprentices in trades such as carpentry, welding, millwright and plumbing. The schedule overhaul includes staggering several apprenticeship courses throughout the day into evenings, and

Father, son part of extreme home makeover team
Meadville Tribune – The duo went to Myrtle Beach looking for work, and eventually began doing subcontracting work for Seacoast Communities, a builder of upscale homes in the resort city. In early February, their carpentry skills were used for a project that will be

Board revamps three degree programs; agrees to sell old Holbrook
WMI Central – The Board approved new courses in Construction Safety Practices and Carpentry and revised requirements for the Applied Science certificate and associate’s degree and certificate of proficiency in cabinetmaking and carpentry. Students entering

OBITUARY: Robert Henry Bottjer
Moscow-Pullman Daily News – He was devoted to his family and enjoyed reading, camping, traveling, carpentry and TV game shows. In lieu of flowers the family requests that memorials be given in his name to the First United Methodist Church of Moscow, P.O. Box 9774, Moscow, ID

Giving Back
Ukiah Daily Journal – who are interested in attending 12-18 month training programs at trade schools, community colleges or state colleges.” The list of vocational careers supported by the Rodrigues is extensive and includes mechanics, electronics, plumbing, carpentry,

Students Get a Lesson in Peace
WTOC TV – Handcrafted by the BHS carpentry class, the pole is seven feet tall and painted white with blue lettering that says, “May peace prevail on earth.” In addition, each student of Ms. Hayes’ class is representing an area soldier serving in Iraq. Every

Green Bay Press-Gazette – Vocational skills training at Green Bay Correctional Institution includes a Wood Tech program, which teaches carpentry and cabinet-making, and a painting and refinishing program. An article in Thursday’s newspaper excluded those from a list of


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