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Jeffrey Hollins takes a peek inside his tree house.
Jeffrey Hollins takes a peek inside his tree house.
It was a coconut chicken breading assembly line during the last day of class.
It was a coconut chicken breading assembly line during the last day of class.
Nick Sedgley doesn’t mind getting a little dirty while working on an engine.
Nick Sedgley doesn’t mind getting a little dirty while working on an engine.
Keelin Cripps and Laura Gamelin put the finishing touches on their mixed berry tarts.
Keelin Cripps and Laura Gamelin put the finishing touches on their mixed berry tarts.
Construction technology teacher John Hubbard discusses the best place to put an opening in the floor  with a group of students.
Construction technology teacher John Hubbard discusses the best place to put an opening in the floor with a group of students.

We stopped by the 5th annual Concord Regional Technical Center summer camp last week and let’s just say there was a lot of fun being had. Middle school students from nine districts took part in the week long camp and depending on what class you were a part of, campers got to make mixed berry turnovers, rebuild engines and construct a tree house. And that’s only a quick sample of what was happening.

Author: Tim Goodwin

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