Career and Technical Education students in the Construction Technology program and the Heavy Equipment Repair and Operations (HERO) program at Oswego County BOCES (OCB) worked cooperatively on a project to benefit the Oswego County Humane Society’s Large Animal Assistance Project. Using materials provided by the not-for-profit organization, Construction Technology students built a stable-like structure that will eventually house rescued and surrendered farm animals at a foster farm in the Town of Palermo. HERO students traveled to the foster farm to excavate, level, and prepare the site for delivery of the completed structure. Construction Technology students Josh Arnold, left, and Josh Hartley, from the Mexico Academy and Central School District, worked on building the structure and are pictured above preparing the structure for delivery which was arranged through a local business by the humane society. For more information about Oswego County BOCES and/or Career and Technical Education programs, visit www.OswegoBOCES.org or call (315) 963-4251.