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Students make new sign for Brandon Police

OTTER VALLEY STUDENTS Hayden Martin, left, and Owen Thomas, right, along with their fellow student Brady Quenneville, created a new sign for the Brandon Police Department during teacher Devon Karpak’s woodworking class. The students, along with Karpak, presented the new sign to Brandon Police Chief David Kachajian on June 5. Photo courtesy of RNESU

Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union students from Devon Karpak’s woodworking class at Otter Valley Union Middle and High School crafted a new sign for the Brandon Police Department. They presented the sign to Chief of Police David Kachajian on June 5.

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