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Donation adds new equipment to school shop

 

March 6, 2020

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Wayne and Bridgette Nasi, at left, in front of the new jointer machine their donation made possible for the wood shop at Northwoods Manufacturing at Hurley K-12 School. With them, from left, are Noah Martilla, student; Roger Peterson, instructor, and students Tanner Nelson and Donna Lotzer.

By TOM LAVENTURE

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HURLEY - Staff and students of the Hurly K-12 School wood shop are crossing another item off the wish-list with the addition of a new jointer machine.

A new 8-inch Powermatic Jointer makes it possible to flatten and smooth out boards with three speeds and other features that are not available on the older shop equipment. The $2,500 purchase was possible with a $2,000 donation from Wayne and Bridgette Nasi, and another $500 from the Hurley Education Foundation.

The equipment was installed in the wood shop portion of the Northwoods Manufacturing...



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