Congratulations to the Nuxalk Nation's second year carpentry class graduating on November 4th 2016

Second year carpentry students to graduate November 4

Congratulations to the Nuxalk Nation's second year carpentry class

Students from the Nuxalk Nation’s second year carpentry class will be graduating on November 4th 2016.There are 16 students who have now completed their second year and are continuing to work and learn on various projects in the community.

Pictured in the photo from L to R: Willis Johnson, Travis Nelson, Buddy Mack, Dustin Newcombe, Garret Mack, Jeremey Andy, Louis Edgar, Herb Edgar, Brandon Jeffery, Cody Robson, Ian Pootlass, Sam Pootlass, Tommy Walkus, Vern Bolton, Carrigan Tallio and Tyler Snow.

 

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