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OFHS tech students complete project


February 18. 2013 3:35AM


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The Old Forge High School Fall Wood Technology completed its community service project recently. The group, under the supervision of OFHS Technology Education teacher Neil Dadurka, made 32 wood cat dishes with stainless steel bowls for the Griffin Pond Animal Shelter. Anyone who adopted a cat from the shelter received a bowl free of charge. From left, first row, are Cory Stuart, Warren Reed, Griffin Pond Animal Shelter; John Licciardone, Natalie Bieryla, Jessica Ferack, Matt Cesare and Christian Mozeleski. Second row, Ryan Cadwalder, Chris Talipski, Matt Trotta, Isiah Leepier and Nick Vieira.


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