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Building interest in their community

Taking 2”x4” lumber and turning it into wooden frames for the Fall Festival street map signs is just one way the Carpentry classes at Bledsoe County High School CTE wing is giving back to its community.

When the Pikeville-Bledsoe County Chamber of Commerce representative contacted instructor Carlos Davis about designing and making the large frames, his response was a quick yes. He stopped the current project the students were doing, renovating a storage building for the school, and changed over to making the frames for the 32”x48” double-sided street maps that will be placed throughout the Fall Festival site downtown on Saturday, October 1.

For more see the September 22 issue of The Bledsonian Banner.

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