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Senior reflects on growth during four years of woodworking classes

Teachers look forward to their students getting excited about developing their skills and finding new interests. Senior Allie Dalluge started her woodworking career in 9th grade making a nightstand. Thinking back on her first project she says, “I was extremely freaked out. I had never been in a shop before and had little to no knowledge of the tools being used, so I remember, during every cut, thinking “don’t cut off your finger, don’t cut off your finger.” As I calmed down, I just remember having fun. I never thought when I started woodworking that I was going to enjoy it, but it has been some of the most enjoyable times during high school.”

For the complete story, check out the May 12 issue of the Winthrop News.

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