Students Help Disabled Veterans

Students Help Disabled Veterans


Students Help Disabled Veterans

Fri, Mar 28th, 2014

The Machine Trades class at the Belmont Career Center recently conducted a school fundraiser as part of a community service project to help disabled veterans become "enabled."

The students raised $650 to go toward the Leek Project to purchase an "action track" wheelchair. The wheelchair enables disabled veterans to take part in a hunting trip to the Leek Hunting and Mountain Preserve in Pennsylvania.

Pictured, from left, are student Brandon McGlothlin, St. Clairsville; Machine Trades instructor Bob Jackson; Kevin West, Bellaire VFW Post 626, who chairs the local Leek Project committee; and student Shyann Ryan, St. Clairsville.





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Machine Trades class with Kevin West, Bellaire VFW Post 626

Machine Trades class with Kevin West, Bellaire VFW Post 626

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