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Washington County Student Trades Foundation Salutes Contributors to House Project

Posted June 11, 2019

Hagerstown, MD (June 11, 2019) - Washington County Student Trades Foundation (STF), a volunteer group supporting the trades programs at Washington County Technical High School, recognized representatives from businesses that contributed to Tech High’s latest house project on Marsh Pike, Hagerstown at STF’s monthly meeting on May 15, 2019. STF president Mike Gehr and vice-president Mark Brezler presented plaques made by Tech High carpentry students with a photograph designed by the Computer Gaming and Multimedia programs to the businesses that donated materials or time to the project.

Expressions of appreciation were extended to numerous businesses and individuals: Tim Thompson, Kent N. Oliver, Elizabeth Bryan Lincoln Title, Rentals Unlimited, AC&T, Fox Associates Inc., Oliver Homes, DL George & Son, Hagerstown Block, Steffey and Findlay, Hagerstown Paint and Glass, Van Metre Trucking, Antietam Concrete Pumping, Steve Reichard, Bilco, Argos Cement, Cushwa Brick, Builders 1st Source, Craig Paving, Dave H. Martin Excavating, Matonak Snyder & Associates, Schuster Concrete, Bragunier Masonry, G.P. Mechanical, Noland Co., Atlantic Security, Capital Building Supply, Huntzberry Brothers, Classic Cabinets, Western Cary, Rafferty Paving, Prather Home Performance, Noel Fire Protection, Carpet Gallery, Millennium 3 Energy, Andy Downs Plumbing, Washington County Building Inspectors, Terry Baker, Crampton Construction, John Reese Home Improvements, Lomeli’s Drywall and Durrell Baker.

In the photo below, standing l – r: Ramiro Ramos (Washington County Government), Thomas Fitzpatrick (Lowe’s, Wesel Boulevard), Marty Steele (ABC Supply), Taylor Oliver (Oliver Homes), Rich Gaver (Washington County Government), Rick Frack (Bilco), Dan Matonak (MSA Engineers), Mike Shifler (Fox & Associates), Walt Gossard (Steffey and Findlay)

Front row, l – r: Tech High instructors Leroy Shook, Brian Ferrari, Chad Secrest

Washington County Student Trades Foundation