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Ellsworth school accepts donation for industrial arts program

The Adrian Building Center donated supplies to the industrial arts program at Ellsworth Public School recently.

The Adrian Building Center donated supplies to the industrial arts program at Ellsworth Public School recently, including a Milwaukee drill and impact set, pencils and drill bits for woodworking classes. Shown are, from left, Trent Bullerman of Adrian Building Center, Dave Dobernecker, industrial arts teacher, and Tanner Heronimus of Adrian Building Center.
The Adrian Building Center donated supplies to the industrial arts program at Ellsworth Public School recently, including a Milwaukee drill and impact set, pencils and drill bits for woodworking classes. Shown are, from left, Trent Bullerman of Adrian Building Center, Dave Dobernecker, industrial arts teacher, and Tanner Heronimus of Adrian Building Center.
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The Adrian Building Center donated supplies to the industrial arts program at Ellsworth Public School recently, including a Milwaukee drill and impact set, pencils and drill bits for woodworking classes.

Shown are, from left, Trent Bullerman of Adrian Building Center, Dave Dobernecker, industrial arts teacher, and Tanner Heronimus of Adrian Building Center.

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