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Working their way to the top (Carpentry)

Posted by netorius on March 6, 2007

Newark Star-Ledger – She had just finished carpentry school, a trade she wanted to learn more about to complement her passion for interior decorating, when the Longshoremen opened their books on the waterfront. Gwen 1 started at the bottom slinging banana crates from the

Lowcountry life
Columbus Dispatch – The building once held harnessmaking, wheelwrighting, blacksmithing, basketry, carpentry and cobbling classes. Now rooms contain wooden desks, chalkboards, farm implements, primitive home furnishings, documents and placards. A brass bell brought by

Seniors enjoy cycling jaunts . . . right across the country
Victoria Times Colonist – in 2003, but was pressed into service a year later when Happy Valley Elementary School was destroyed in a fire. Happy Valley Elementary students are now in a rebuilt school, and Metchosin school’s sole use is for a Sooke School District carpentry

Rivas finds his way
Plano Star Courier – North Texas Job Corps student Joshua Rivas stands with mentor and lead carpentry instructor R.D. Ivy. This photo and more are available through MyCapture at Photo: Stefanie White | McKinney Courier-Gazette Joshua Rivas has had many

Vocational College
Marshall Chronicle – College Courses College Tutors Plumbing College College Training Weimar College Carpentry College Photography College Psychology College Further Education College Adult Education College Cooking College Home Study College Course Distance Learning

He set his life to the music of bagpipes
Indianapolis Star – My son was so good with his hands,” his father said. “He could do carpentry, electrical work, anything.” At one time, Mr. MacDonald helped with the electrical circuits for church organs created at Goulding & Wood Pipe Organs in Indianapolis.

Migration tearing society apart
Gulf News – Most of them were back from jobs in carpentry, shoe factories, recycling or construction. Chen cooked in a soot-covered kitchen while grandchildren played outside with a squirt gun. Women shooed chickens from the main room while the men ate first

News 10 Now – A fire has destroyed a woodworking shop located near the intersection of Routes 31 and 365 in the town of Verona. The one-story building is owned by the Oneida Indian Nation and served as a wood carpentry shop, that employed ten people. FULL STORY >>

Fire renews debate on Oneida Nation’s independence
Observer-Dispatch – between the Nation and surrounding municipalities. The Nation has its own public safety department, but does not have its own fire department. It welcomed the help of about 20 fire departments to help fight the blaze at a Nation carpentry facility

Vo-tech student house auctioned
Cumberland County Sentinel – Or, as Jody Snider, carpentry instructor at the school, described, A whole bundle of cash. You re buying one item and that item includes the log home with between $150,000 to $200,000 worth of donated stuff, Snider said. Some of


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