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Pictured moving into their new classroom space, standing, from left: Mike Holzer, WDC paraprofessional; Alex Dornbusch, Jordan Heisler, Richard Muckala, Industrial Arts teacher; Nolan Johnson, Curt Grenier, retired Industrial Arts teacher, who helped set up the space; Bridger Pettit, and Tristian Baker; kneeling, from left: Tyler Wegscheid, Ryan Tervo and Tristian Le Comte.

WDC Industrial Arts classes find a home

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Wadena-Deer Creek High School's industrial arts program recently found a home for their classes in a portion of the former WATCO print shop on Aldrich Avenue in east Wadena.

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While moving into their new space, several of Richard Muckala's Metals I students shared a special moment when they put up the clock that once hung in the former high school industrial arts classroom. The clock was recently recovered from the tornado-damaged high school by Kraus-Anderson site workers.

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