Published on Wed., October 25, 2017

Culinary art students serving Habitat volunteers lunchOnce again, the Heritage High School Career and Technical Education students put their skills into action as they worked with Habitat for Humanity on a home for a Lynchburg resident. Building Trades students and Culinary Arts students worked at the Habitat for Humanity store site to build framing for the organization’s 300th house. Students worked the entire day, but they didn’t just help with building. They helped to feed all the other volunteers and workers at the site. The Culinary Arts students, who also helped with the building, left the site briefly to go back to their school and prepare lunch, then they delivered it back to the site to provide service in style.

Heritage CTE student framing house wall

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