Members of the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild led at County of Lacombe Lifelong Learning Association with several Lacombe families. The idea was to teach families that do not have a lot of wood working experience how to build a campfire or park sitting bench. The class room at the CLLLA office in the Lacombe Mall was turned into a very busy workshop as the families completed their wood working project. Pictured is Ed Pangle, Russ Newman helping Fumi Drost and Edison Drost build a wooden bench. (Photo submitted by the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild)

Members of the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild led at County of Lacombe Lifelong Learning Association with several Lacombe families. The idea was to teach families that do not have a lot of wood working experience how to build a campfire or park sitting bench. The class room at the CLLLA office in the Lacombe Mall was turned into a very busy workshop as the families completed their wood working project. Pictured is Ed Pangle, Russ Newman helping Fumi Drost and Edison Drost build a wooden bench. (Photo submitted by the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild)

PHOTOS: Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild supports Lacombe County Life Long Learning Association

Guild teaches provides families wood working experience

Members of the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild led at County of Lacombe Lifelong Learning Association with several Lacombe families. The idea was to teach families that do not have a lot of wood working experience how to build a campfire or park sitting bench. The class room at the CLLLA office in the Lacombe Mall was turned into a very busy workshop as the families completed their wood working project. Pictured here is Ed Pangle on the right helps Edison Drost assemble his wood bench. (Photo submitted by the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild)

Members of the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild led at County of Lacombe Lifelong Learning Association with several Lacombe families. The idea was to teach families that do not have a lot of wood working experience how to build a campfire or park sitting bench. The class room at the CLLLA office in the Lacombe Mall was turned into a very busy workshop as the families completed their wood working project. Pictured is Ed Pangle, Russ Newman helping Fumi Drost and Edison Drost build a wooden bench. (Photo submitted by the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild)

Members of the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild led at County of Lacombe Lifelong Learning Association with several Lacombe families. The idea was to teach families that do not have a lot of wood working experience how to build a campfire or park sitting bench. The class room at the CLLLA office in the Lacombe Mall was turned into a very busy workshop as the families completed their wood working project. Pictured is Ossie Eggenschwiler of the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild helps Megan Wilkie, Walker, Megan Wilkie, and Ralph Barclay build a wooden bench. (Photo submitted by the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild)

By News Staff Lacombe Express

Guild teaches provides families wood working experience

 

Members of the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild led at County of Lacombe Lifelong Learning Association with several Lacombe families. The idea was to teach families that do not have a lot of wood working experience how to build a campfire or park sitting bench. The class room at the CLLLA office in the Lacombe Mall was turned into a very busy workshop as the families completed their wood working project. Pictured is Ossie Eggenschwiler of the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild helps Megan Wilkie, Walker, Megan Wilkie, and Ralph Barclay build a wooden bench. (Photo submitted by the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild)

Members of the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild led at County of Lacombe Lifelong Learning Association with several Lacombe families. The idea was to teach families that do not have a lot of wood working experience how to build a campfire or park sitting bench. The class room at the CLLLA office in the Lacombe Mall was turned into a very busy workshop as the families completed their wood working project. Pictured is Ossie Eggenschwiler of the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild helps Megan Wilkie, Walker, Megan Wilkie, and Ralph Barclay build a wooden bench. (Photo submitted by the Central Alberta Wood Workers Guild)

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