The Grafton County Fish and Game Association now has six newly-renovated "popper" pistol targets thanks to HHS freshman welder Dashiell Andrews. Dashiell, an associate member of the group for two years, heard that they were looking for a volunteer to make metal repairs on the old targets.He used his cutting and welding skills to make new steel bases, and developed a threaded bolt adjustment system that allows for a wide range of target-setting in normal and windy conditions. Shop teacher Dave Holloway and club member Glyn Reinders advised Dashiell, who will earn community-service credits as well as credit for the welding class.
"It's nice to see one of our younger members giving back to the club," says the association's newsletter.
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
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