LLCC carpentry class completes Missions for Taylorville project
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TAYLORVILLE — A garage destroyed in the December 2018 Taylorville tornado has been restored thanks to the efforts of Lincoln Land Community College carpentry students this summer.
LLCC partnered with Missions for Taylorville on the project.
“It’s a great partnership and learning experience for the students,” said Dee Krueger, director of LLCC- Taylorville. “The partnership allows students to gain real-world experience while contributing to their com- munity.”
Carpentry students from LLCC- Taylorville posed with their instructor and repre- sentatives from Missions for Taylorville following completion of a garage restoration project that provided them with real- world experience. Front (L- R): LLCC students Juli Clemons, Kayla Critchelow, Logan Isaacs, Michael Altom. Back (L- R): Ed Legg and Bill Kerns, Missions for Taylorville; LLCC student Zane White and LLCC Carpentry II Instructor Chris Edmonds.