Students Build Dog Houses for Animal Shelter

Students Build Dog Houses for Animal Shelter

Students Build Dog Houses for Animal Shelter


Students Build Dog Houses for Animal Shelter

Thu, Apr 26th, 2012

The Connections program at the Belmont Career Center recently completed a community service project for the Belmont County Animal Shelter. The class chose to build several dog houses to help the shelter take care of its ever-growing animal population. All the wood used for the houses was recycled from the school's Carpentry program.

Pictured with the houses are, from left, Mike Woodburn, Barnesville; Brandon Patterson, Bellaire; Nate Case, St. Clairsville; Randy McGilton, Bellaire; Brad Steadman, Barnesville; Jason Lanch, Bridgeport; Brandon McGlothlin, St. Clairsville; Tim Young, Bellaire; and TJ Showalter, Barnesville. Instructor is Ed Reese.





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