Lowe’s builds Skills


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Troy High School senior Hadley Johnson of the Upper Valley Career Center accepts a check for $25,000 from Ed Thornhill, regional representative of Lowe’s, on behalf of Skills USA, during a ceremony at the Fusion Community Learning Center on Wednesday during a National Night Out block party at the center. Upper Valley Career Center Skills USA team will partner with the Fusion Community Learning Center by installing better internet through wireless connectivity in a safe and supervised environment. The project will be an opportunity for UVCC construction trade students to use their skills to have a positive and long-lasting impact on their community.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Troy High School senior Hadley Johnson of the Upper Valley Career Center accepts a check for $25,000 from Ed Thornhill, regional representative of Lowe’s, on behalf of Skills USA, during a ceremony at the Fusion Community Learning Center on Wednesday during a National Night Out block party at the center. Upper Valley Career Center Skills USA team will partner with the Fusion Community Learning Center by installing better internet through wireless connectivity in a safe and supervised environment. The project will be an opportunity for UVCC construction trade students to use their skills to have a positive and long-lasting impact on their community.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Troy High School senior Hadley Johnson of the Upper Valley Career Center accepts a check for $25,000 from Ed Thornhill, regional representative of Lowe’s, on behalf of Skills USA, during a ceremony at the Fusion Community Learning Center on Wednesday during a National Night Out block party at the center. Upper Valley Career Center Skills USA team will partner with the Fusion Community Learning Center by installing better internet through wireless connectivity in a safe and supervised environment. The project will be an opportunity for UVCC construction trade students to use their skills to have a positive and long-lasting impact on their community.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_080216mju_fusioncheck.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Troy High School senior Hadley Johnson of the Upper Valley Career Center accepts a check for $25,000 from Ed Thornhill, regional representative of Lowe’s, on behalf of Skills USA, during a ceremony at the Fusion Community Learning Center on Wednesday during a National Night Out block party at the center. Upper Valley Career Center Skills USA team will partner with the Fusion Community Learning Center by installing better internet through wireless connectivity in a safe and supervised environment. The project will be an opportunity for UVCC construction trade students to use their skills to have a positive and long-lasting impact on their community.
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