Job Corps students install signs, clean up graffitti
Timber Lake Job Corps students got some hands-on experience while at the same time helping out the Mt. Hood National Forest.
Instructor Kevin Kauffman and his welding students installed "no target shooting" boundary signs at Wildcat Mountain and Forest Road 4613 near La Dee on Wednesday, April 2.
"Without Kevin and his student's assistance on project work of this nature we would not be able to complete this type of work in-house," said Aaron Pedersen, Westside Assistant Recreation Manager for the Mt. Hood National Forest.
Meanwhile, Timberlake Job Corps painting students helped cover grafitti on the Forest Service Weigh Station on April 2.
"This project could not have been completed in such a timely and professional manner without the support from Timber Lake Job Corps new painting instructor Skip Doty," wrote Pedersen. "A big thank you to Skip for his effort and to Gary Payne for his continued support."JW_DISQUS_ADD_A_COMMENT