Job Corps class makes, gives bike rack to Vergennes

NORTHLANDS JOB CORPS students in the center’s Advanced Welding course recently made a bicycle rack that Northlands donated to Vergennes. It was installed last week in the city’s Falls Park; two more are planned. Members of the class pictured are, left to right, Eli Cervantes, Jacob Georgoulakos, Alan LeMaster (back), Ryan Beardsley (front), Dylan Joseph, Javen Skye, Jermaine “X” Johnson, Kayleen Mundo, Zoe Lindal (back), Clarice Cooper (front) and Jair Chapa–Flores. Photo courtesy of Kathy Rossier

The newest amenity in Vergennes’s Fall Park is a custom-made bike rack, designed and built by the students in the Northlands Job Corps Advanced Welding class.

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