My Town: Students Work on Service Project for City Mission

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CLEVELAND —  As part of an initiative to give back to the city, students in a program at a local technical school completed a service project with the City Mission.

Students in the Willoughby-Eastlake Technical Center’s Welding Program are building a large shed for the Mission, to be completed in March. The service project is completed for the Skills USA competition, which the students enter each year.

The students are also completing steel picnic tables for the Mission’s garden.

The City Mission was established in 1910, and sponsors initiatives to help communities throughout Cleveland.

For more on how to benefit The City Mission, click here