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CARPENTRY STUDENTS BUILD 4 SHEDS AT GROTON BALL FIELDS
CARPENTRY STUDENTS BUILD 4 SHEDS AT GROTON BALL FIELDS
Posted on 05/01/2017
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Students and staff in the Carpentry program at Nashoba Tech are putting the finishing touches on a community-service in Groton, building sheds and concession stands at the Cow Pond Baseball Fields. Seniors and juniors have been working on alternating weeks to complete the project, which includes three 7-foot-by-14-foot structures, and one 8-foot-by-16-foot structure. They will be used to store equipment and as concession stands to raise money for youth baseball. From left, are Instructor Jose Fernandes, seniors, David Wightman (Pepperell), Hunter Lyon (Westford), Anthony Celona (Pepperell), Dylan Petito (Pepperell), Patrick Hart (Chelmsford), Liam Delaney (Pepperell), Jacob Guilmette (Townsend) and Jesse Theide (Groton), and Instructor Robert Baratta.

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Anthony Celona, left, of Pepperell and Jacob Guilmette of Townsend, seniors in Nashoba Valley Technical High School’s Carpentry program, work on one of four sheds that students and staff are building at Groton’s Cow Pond Baseball Fields.

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Patrick Hart, a senior from Chelmsford, works on one of four sheds that Carpentry students and staff at Nashoba Valley Technical High School are building at Groton’s Cow Pond Baseball Fields.



Students and staff in the Carpentry program at Nashoba Tech are putting the finishing touches on a community-service in Groton, building sheds and concession stands at the Cow Pond Baseball Fields. Seniors and juniors have been working on alternating weeks to complete the project, which includes three 7-foot-by-14-foot structures, and one 8-foot-by-16-foot structure. They will be used to store equipment and as concession stands to raise money for youth baseball. From left, are Instructor Jose Fernandes, seniors, David Wightman (Pepperell), Hunter Lyon (Westford), Anthony Celona (Pepperell), Dylan Petito (Pepperell), Patrick Hart (Chelmsford), Liam Delaney (Pepperell), Jacob Guilmette (Townsend) and Jesse Theide (Groton), and Instructor Robert Baratta.
Students and staff in the Carpentry program at Nashoba Tech are putting the finishing touches on a community-service in Groton, building sheds and concession stands at the Cow Pond Baseball Fields. Seniors and juniors have been working on alternating weeks to complete the project, which includes three 7-foot-by-14-foot structures, and one 8-foot-by-16-foot structure. They will be used to store equipment and as concession stands to raise money for youth baseball. From left, are Instructor Jose Fernandes, seniors, David Wightman (Pepperell), Hunter Lyon (Westford), Anthony Celona (Pepperell), Dylan Petito (Pepperell), Patrick Hart (Chelmsford), Liam Delaney (Pepperell), Jacob Guilmette (Townsend) and Jesse Theide (Groton), and Instructor Robert Baratta.
Students and staff in the Carpentry program at Nashoba Tech are putting the finishing touches on a community-service in Groton, building sheds and concession stands at the Cow Pond Baseball Fields. Seniors and juniors have been working on alternating weeks to complete the project, which includes three 7-foot-by-14-foot structures, and one 8-foot-by-16-foot structure. They will be used to store equipment and as concession stands to raise money for youth baseball. From left, are Instructor Jose Fernandes, seniors, David Wightman (Pepperell), Hunter Lyon (Westford), Anthony Celona (Pepperell), Dylan Petito (Pepperell), Patrick Hart (Chelmsford), Liam Delaney (Pepperell), Jacob Guilmette (Townsend) and Jesse Theide (Groton), and Instructor Robert Baratta.
Students and staff in the Carpentry program at Nashoba Tech are putting the finishing touches on a community-service in Groton, building sheds and concession stands at the Cow Pond Baseball Fields. Seniors and juniors have been working on alternating weeks to complete the project, which includes three 7-foot-by-14-foot structures, and one 8-foot-by-16-foot structure. They will be used to store equipment and as concession stands to raise money for youth baseball. From left, are Instructor Jose Fernandes, seniors, David Wightman (Pepperell), Hunter Lyon (Westford), Anthony Celona (Pepperell), Dylan Petito (Pepperell), Patrick Hart (Chelmsford), Liam Delaney (Pepperell), Jacob Guilmette (Townsend) and Jesse Theide (Groton), and Instructor Robert Baratta.
Students and staff in the Carpentry program at Nashoba Tech are putting the finishing touches on a community-service in Groton, building sheds and concession stands at the Cow Pond Baseball Fields. Seniors and juniors have been working on alternating weeks to complete the project, which includes three 7-foot-by-14-foot structures, and one 8-foot-by-16-foot structure. They will be used to store equipment and as concession stands to raise money for youth baseball. From left, are Instructor Jose Fernandes, seniors, David Wightman (Pepperell), Hunter Lyon (Westford), Anthony Celona (Pepperell), Dylan Petito (Pepperell), Patrick Hart (Chelmsford), Liam Delaney (Pepperell), Jacob Guilmette (Townsend) and Jesse Theide (Groton), and Instructor Robert Baratta.
Students and staff in the Carpentry program at Nashoba Tech are putting the finishing touches on a community-service in Groton, building sheds and concession stands at the Cow Pond Baseball Fields. Seniors and juniors have been working on alternating weeks to complete the project, which includes three 7-foot-by-14-foot structures, and one 8-foot-by-16-foot structure. They will be used to store equipment and as concession stands to raise money for youth baseball. From left, are Instructor Jose Fernandes, seniors, David Wightman (Pepperell), Hunter Lyon (Westford), Anthony Celona (Pepperell), Dylan Petito (Pepperell), Patrick Hart (Chelmsford), Liam Delaney (Pepperell), Jacob Guilmette (Townsend) and Jesse Theide (Groton), and Instructor Robert Baratta.
Students and staff in the Carpentry program at Nashoba Tech are putting the finishing touches on a community-service in Groton, building sheds and concession stands at the Cow Pond Baseball Fields. Seniors and juniors have been working on alternating weeks to complete the project, which includes three 7-foot-by-14-foot structures, and one 8-foot-by-16-foot structure. They will be used to store equipment and as concession stands to raise money for youth baseball. From left, are Instructor Jose Fernandes, seniors, David Wightman (Pepperell), Hunter Lyon (Westford), Anthony Celona (Pepperell), Dylan Petito (Pepperell), Patrick Hart (Chelmsford), Liam Delaney (Pepperell), Jacob Guilmette (Townsend) and Jesse Theide (Groton), and Instructor Robert Baratta.
Students and staff in the Carpentry program at Nashoba Tech are putting the finishing touches on a community-service in Groton, building sheds and concession stands at the Cow Pond Baseball Fields. Seniors and juniors have been working on alternating weeks to complete the project, which includes three 7-foot-by-14-foot structures, and one 8-foot-by-16-foot structure. They will be used to store equipment and as concession stands to raise money for youth baseball. From left, are Instructor Jose Fernandes, seniors, David Wightman (Pepperell), Hunter Lyon (Westford), Anthony Celona (Pepperell), Dylan Petito (Pepperell), Patrick Hart (Chelmsford), Liam Delaney (Pepperell), Jacob Guilmette (Townsend) and Jesse Theide (Groton), and Instructor Robert Baratta.