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Media Advisory – With paddles in hand, youth take to the water in (Carpentry)

Posted by netorius on July 18, 2007


CNW Group – They were trained in the proper use of hand and power woodworking tools and learned skills such as reading plans, measuring, laying out cutting lines on wood and sanding. Paddle art provided an opportunity for the youth to expand their knowledge

Letters: Schools, Iraq, Bush administration, etc.
Sacramento Bee – Children who have no interest in going to college find that high schools offer almost no alternatives to a college-prep curriculum — no vocational courses, certainly. (The days of auto shop or woodworking classes are long gone.) Elementary schools

Electrical short leads to fire at Borden plant
Louisville Courier-Journal – The Borden Fire Department responded to a fire at Koetter Woodworking around 2 p.m. today. An electrical short caused a small fire in the wall and crawl space of a building were wood is dried, said John McClure, director of environmental health and

They want their hard-core summer camp back
Christian Science Monitor – I clearly remember toiling for hours in woodworking class to build desk boxes that would impress counselors and earn color war points. I remember being one of a dozen 9-year-olds in a 30-foot war canoe, paddling and chanting “Stroke

Tribute: Phyllis Evelyn Crago was a self-taught artist and poet
Kansas City Star – Whether the self-taught artist was knitting, making ceramics, doing woodworking or weaving words into poetry, she was the most talented woman I knew, said Charles Horstmann, a longtime family friend. You name it, she did it, and it was top of

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