MOUNT VERNON — The Building Trades and Carpentry classes at the Knox County Career Center and the Habitat for Humanity of Knox County have formed a partnership, wherein habitat buys the lumber for homes to be built and the classes construct the framework.

 

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2 Responses to “Students construct home for habitat”

  1. Julia Perryman

    Leave your politics out of this. It’s a project of the “construction trades and carpentry” class, it’s what they are in school for, to learn to build houses. This is about a hard-working fellow citizen and the students and school and foundation helping her, not your personal politics.

  2. John C. Davidson

    Now, here is a rational educational activity to get behind. We already have too many intellectuals draining our economy.