Kayanna Morris, a student at River’s Edge High School in Richland, tries her hand Tuesday with brick and mortar at a masonry exhibit at the annual Tri-Cities Construction Career Day at the Benton County Fairgrounds in Kennewick. An estimated 500 area high school students had the chance to learn about career opportunities in construction and construction-related industries. The event is sponsored by the National Association of Women in Construction, the Tri-Cities Construction Council, Tri-Tech Skills Center and numerous local businesses. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video
Kayanna Morris, a student at River’s Edge High School in Richland, tries her hand Tuesday with brick and mortar at a masonry exhibit at the annual Tri-Cities Construction Career Day at the Benton County Fairgrounds in Kennewick. An estimated 500 area high school students had the chance to learn about career opportunities in construction and construction-related industries. The event is sponsored by the National Association of Women in Construction, the Tri-Cities Construction Council, Tri-Tech Skills Center and numerous local businesses. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Kayanna Morris, a student at River’s Edge High School in Richland, tries her hand Tuesday with brick and mortar at a masonry exhibit at the annual Tri-Cities Construction Career Day at the Benton County Fairgrounds in Kennewick. An estimated 500 area high school students had the chance to learn about career opportunities in construction and construction-related industries. The event is sponsored by the National Association of Women in Construction, the Tri-Cities Construction Council, Tri-Tech Skills Center and numerous local businesses. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Hands-on masonry exhibit at construction career day for high school students

October 04, 2016 07:58 PM

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