Oswego County BOCES Class Builds Projects to Benefit the County Organizations

Submitted by Oswego County BOCES

Julia Moyer (Phoenix) uses a drill press to drill holes in bat houses which will be assembled for the Oswego County Soil and Water Department.

Students in Tom Pullen’s Multi-Occ class at Oswego County BOCES practiced their construction skills in several real life projects by constructing picnic tables, bat boxes and bird houses for organizations throughout Oswego County.

The class manufactured tables last year for the Town of Mexico and once again came to the assistance of the town by producing eight picnic tables for them this year.

The town provided the materials and the specifications while students in the class produced the tables.

Students in the class also made bat houses and bird houses to be used by the Oswego County Soil and Water Department.

Jakube Struble (Phoenix) painstakingly sands the top of the picnic table which was constructed for the Town of Mexico by students in the Multi Occ class at Oswego County BOCES.