Hurley shop students to hold open house


May 6, 2021

Tom LaVenture/Daily Globe

Monica Overman, a senior at Hurley K-12 School, uses water to wipe down a hexagonal table on Friday, with a little coaching from Roger Peterson, the technical education instructor in charge of the Northwoods Manufacturing woodworking program. Overman included an epoxy inlay using the industrial wood router table with computer numerical control (CNC) behind her in the shop.


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HURLEY - Students of the Northwoods Manufacturing wood and metal programs at Hurley K-12 School will have an opportunity to showcase their work to the public.

The open house is tentatively planned for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, May 20, and will be a chance to showcase the student work to the public. More details will be released closer to the event.

The open house is a way to show the creative talents of students who are training to use industrial equipment of the Northwoods Manufacturing program, said Roger Peterson, the technical education i...

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