Alex Voloshin works on the tile on the kitchen counter as students put the stove into place in a home at 4911 Indian Ridge Dr. in Pasco as part of the Team Pasco Homes project. The dedication for the house is 1 p.m. Thursday, with an open house from 2-6 p.m. Construction for the house started the second week of September with 22 students from the construction trades classes building. The house is part of their class and students from agricultural science classes are handling the landscaping. This will be the fourth home as part of Team Pasco Homes and the 16th overall home built in the last 17 years by Pasco students.
Alex Voloshin works on the tile on the kitchen counter as students put the stove into place in a home at 4911 Indian Ridge Dr. in Pasco as part of the Team Pasco Homes project. The dedication for the house is 1 p.m. Thursday, with an open house from 2-6 p.m. Construction for the house started the second week of September with 22 students from the construction trades classes building. The house is part of their class and students from agricultural science classes are handling the landscaping. This will be the fourth home as part of Team Pasco Homes and the 16th overall home built in the last 17 years by Pasco students. Tri-City Herald
Alex Voloshin works on the tile on the kitchen counter as students put the stove into place in a home at 4911 Indian Ridge Dr. in Pasco as part of the Team Pasco Homes project. The dedication for the house is 1 p.m. Thursday, with an open house from 2-6 p.m. Construction for the house started the second week of September with 22 students from the construction trades classes building. The house is part of their class and students from agricultural science classes are handling the landscaping. This will be the fourth home as part of Team Pasco Homes and the 16th overall home built in the last 17 years by Pasco students. Tri-City Herald

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