Career Center Students Refurbish Cemetery Sign

Career Center Students Refurbish Cemetery Sign


Career Center Students Refurbish Cemetery Sign

Fri, Feb 13th, 2015

Students from the Harrison Career Center recently performed a community service project for the Cadiz Union Cemetery. The students rebuit the sign that hangs on Charleston Street. They used a computer to design the sign, programmed a CNC router to carve out the letters and the border, and then painted it. They also straightened, re-welded and painted the metal frame.

Pictured, from left, are Cemetery representative Nathan Norris; Shawn Ayers and Caleb Mutton, both Occupational Lab students; Cemetery Sexton Jimmy Dowdle; and Jarrett Edwards and Kendall Johnson, both Welding students.





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