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Franklin project wins leads construction industry awards (Fine homebuilding)

Posted by netorius on March 25, 2007

Rapid City Journal – Les Blakeman, Paul Frey, Todd Jones, Linus Schmidt, Wendell Schock, Steve Winkler, Bob Bender and Jesse Blakeman of Gustafson Builders in Rapid City for carpentry work at Hickok s Hotel & Gaming in Deawood. – Jason Battles, Sue Albrecht, James

Child soldier demobilization shows results in Afghanistan
UNICEF – Popular choices amongst the demobilized child soldiers have been agricultural and animal husbandry, tailoring, carpentry, electronics and masonry. Those former child soldiers who participated in the first rounds of demobilization in February are now

Ways to make a difference in your community
Hampton Roads Daily Press – The group needs the following: someone in good physical condition, with or without a pickup truck, to help another volunteer pick up furniture and appliances for delivery to the group’s warehouse; people who can do small carpentry, plumbing or

Minority Gains and Gaps
Inside Higher Ed – There s nothing wrong with those things, and we offer some excellent programs for service industries, but what we think of as traditional voc ed auto, electrical, carpentry has been getting short thrift in our system.In the name of

Committed to faith
Herald-Mail – James post office and some carpentry jobs he did occasionally – was only $5,446 in 2006 and $8,068 in 2005, according to their tax returns. “When we needed something, we prayed and we got it,” said Margaret Kellers, 59. They have a wide circle of

Dupuis heads to Ecuador on Rotary trip
York County Coast Star – As Chapman explained, the school is a trade school that teaches children with Down syndrome and other special needs skills like gardening, baking, and carpentry, among other things. The Rotary funds went toward things like the tools they need, and

A man for all seasons
Sydney Morning Herald – A “very bright but not formally educated man”, he resumed his trade of carpentry and joined the Labour Party, eventually becoming a local councillor in Brentford, west London. He died about 15 years ago. His son, born in 1946, cites his father’s

Students finish work on energy-efficient home
Fort Dodge Messenger – The house is designed to use 65 percent less energy than the average home, according to Bill McAnally, the coordinator of Iowa Central s carpentry program. He said the house the only Building America home in the state may be

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