Good Sports in a Field of Their Own

Published: December 13, 2017
Freshman welding students Carson Craig and Pierce Kurasz earned silver in SkillsUSA’s Community Action Project contest in June. These members at Sabin-Shellenberg Center in Milwaukie, Ore., presented the final outcomes of five projects completed with funds from a SkillsUSA Lowe’s community service grant. Students from three local high schools repaired the baseball bleachers at Riverside Park. They also fixed the roofs of the dugouts and batting cages at Alder Creek Middle School, where they also replaced the mats and painted the wrestling room.  

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