PULASKI – Students from the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation are working together to renovate the gazebo that resides at Pulaski’s South Park.
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With the original structure being made of wood, maintenance and repair have become a regular occurrence for the town.
Students from CiTi’s Project Explore program as well as Career and Technical Welding and Auto Body programs are working together to create seven metal frames and two metal stair railings.
The frames are each 11 feet long.
The project under way, CiTi Welding Instructor Barbie-Jo Grey estimated a completion time of approximately four weeks.
More than 20 students will be contributing to the effort.
The materials were provided by the village of Pulaski.